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  • Vaughn Gunnell
  • Tippy Tippens
  • Kerry L.

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  • Monika Denes

    A good idea. However, Greenpeace is out there, and we all need to work together. Greenpeace is in great need of support.

  • Kristin Pedemonti

    GREAT idea, and practice. Seemingly small actions make BIG impact. Best wishes on your campaign and thanks for fighting for the planet!

      • Kristin Pedemonti

        all the traveling through couch surfing. staying in places with locals, being in machu picchu and breathing in the air. seeing photos of how the planet is changing so quickly shared by friends who are photographers/travelers, seeing some of these places with my own eyes and heart. There are so many "a-ha" moments. When you have friends all over the world, every place they live becomes a place you hold in your heart and care about more than you imagined possible for one heart to contain. Hope this explanation helps. HUG

  • Stef McDonald

    I love this idea—and the fact that it's not just an idea but actually something you've put into place. It's still mind-boggling to me that people are not freaking the f#$% out and doing something something about what is obviously one of the biggest problems facing us (and by us I mean everyone on the planet). Small actions like this are really inspiring and give me hope.

    • Ryan Kushner

      Thanks so much Stef!!! I REALLY appreciate that, and feel the very same way. It's so hard to actually do something, which I've felt for so long. Hence, the creation of the Hero Hatchery to accelerate some climate superstars and boost the hero in us. Thanks again - you made my day!

  • Shana Rappaport

    As someone working deep in the movement, this Hero Hatchery idea is completely thrilling. Ryan is right: there exists a remarkable disparity (disturbing, many could argue) between the importance of our global action on climate and the extent to which we're talking and doing anything meaningful about it. Hero Hatchery can fill that "I don't know where or how to plug in" gap to which so many fall victim. Albeit in this oh-so crucial moment of opportunity. So excited to see and support the hatching of heros and to build a strong, unstoppable community to do it!