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Here is your shot of Climate Change Hope

If you are concerned about climate change, it can get downright weary on a regular basis. But these days even with so many dire reports and the seeming inattention of most of the world, I am feeling hopeful. There are people doing things–big and small–to address the climate crisis. This goes well beyond simply lowering our carbon footprints. I see people reaching out, being creative, connecting with friends and lawmakers.

Peterson Toscano--Hope Pusher.

Peterson Toscano–Hope Pusher.

And while the world of podcasting seems small, and I wonder how a little podcast can make a difference, I feel compelled to carry on. Episode 31 of Climate Stew will air on Monday and there are short clips you can hear  over at SoundCloud. Also, about a month ago I had an excellent talk with Amy, the host of a new podcast called Hello Climate Change. She is talking out of her own experience as a white, middle class woman in New England trying to grapple with the reality of a changing planet. She has great guests on the show. So definitely check her out.


A new podcast of one woman’s journey and climate change. Hear it here.

In the last episode of Climate Stew I thought about all of the unseen work that gets done in building a movement and in changing the world. Much gets unnoticed and uncelebrated. So in a special edition of That Day in Climate History, Timothy Meadows highlights the quiet work that YOU are doing.


Author: Peterson Toscano

Peterson Toscano is a quirky queer Quaker concerned about Climate Change. His website is

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