Join “Fridays for Action”

Families Strike for Our Future rally
Families Strike for Our Future rally in Missoula, MT on September 20, 2019.

Last week was an incredible week.

From Sept. 20 – 27, more than 7 million people around the world took to the streets to demand urgent action on the climate crisis.

Thank you for showing up. Now, it’s time to commit to make change a reality.

To defeat the climate crisis, we need ongoing, sustained action.

At the Families Strike for Our Future rally in Missoula, we asked families to think of the day as a first step. To win change, we need to act. The truth is that we will need to take action regularly for the foreseeable future.

Join “Fridays for Action”

To support families who would like to have a consistent working commitment to climate, we are forming a “Fridays for Action” working group in Missoula and in other Montana communities where families want to lead, in order to coordinate actions and win.

Starting in late October, “Fridays for Action” working groups will convene to work on concrete actions that tackle the climate crisis in Montana. Our first series of actions will focus on energy, including voter education about the Public Service Commission, and campaigns to move NorthWestern Energy toward a commitment to 100% clean energy.

Sign up now on the Families for a Livable Climate website:

Can’t commit to a working group?

Please sign up anyway! We will call on you to volunteer for specific projects and actions.

Not in Missoula, but would like to lead in Montana?

Fill out the form anyway and we will contact you about coordinating actions in Montana.

Sign up now on the Families for a Livable Climate website:

If you appreciate an independent voice holding Montana politicians accountable and informing voters, and you can throw a few dollars a month our way, we would certainly appreciate it.

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Winona Bateman

Winona Bateman is a concerned Montana voter, founder of Montana group Families for a Livable Climate, wife, and mother to Ellis, who she hopes has a livable future.

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