Climate Disruption: A call to do what’s necessary

On Tuesday, Feb. 18 in Bozeman, and Wednesday, Feb. 19 in Missoula, Utah State University physicist Rob Davies gave his incredibly powerful talk, titled “Climate Disruption.” This is a must watch–beyond what you would expect, laying out the challenge of this decade and the greatest call to action we’ve ever faced. Take 75 minutes this weekend and watch it. It will help you get clear on the scale of the issue, and the need to do what’s necessary.

If you’re a person in power whose decisions will impact the future of all Montana families, you have a moral responsibility to watch it, and act accordingly.

If you’re a person without a lot of individual power, watching it may inspire you to organize, build power, and change the system. (See 350Montana.org,  livableclimate.org, Sunrise Movement Gallatin County or Sunrise Movement Missoula).

Once you watch it, you won’t be the same, I hope. I also hope that you will not fall to “despair,” nor distract yourself with “hope”, but land firmly in the “resolved” category, and do what’s necessary.

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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