Although the summer months may be the time of year we most want to be outside, they may be the worst time of year to do so since air pollution and “bad air” days can occur more frequently in many parts of the U.S. this time of year. Kirstin McPolin tells us what to look out for during these dog days of summer.
First in our new series of personal profiles, read this inspiring portrait about advocacy and how Louise Kuo Habakus, author of Vaccine Epidemic, became involved in her work as an author, advocate, and speaker.
Another fabulous installment from Camille Sowinski, one of our board members and a pioneer in the Green School movement in California. You too can take advantage of the green momentum by starting small and offering to be the green classroom parent.
For these stories and more, check out Real Mama’s Summer 2011 E-newsletter below.
And don’t forget to get your reusable veggie bags and help to support Real Mama at the same time!
Recognizing that families and caregivers are short on time and that environmental issues and actions can be complex, Real Mama researches and reviews some of the latest environmental topics and concerns for today’s busy families.