I know you support me week in week out by listening to my podcasts, reading my blogs and sharing my work… and your support does mean the world to me.
But I’m calling on you now to help me make a world of difference as I fly the flag for climate action on a global stage.
I’m beyond proud to have been selected as one of the 80 female scientists chosen from around the world to join the second-ever Homeward Bound, a 12-month leadership program, including an expedition to Antarctica, to help raise the global voice for climate action.
But to get me there I really need your support.
As an independent scientist, my voice is 100% my own.
The upside of this is absolutely no censorship in the statistics and information I share with you. The downside is there’s no big bucket of corporate funds supporting my work, or funding this expedition.
Any pledge of support on this campaign is welcomed. Your pledge will only be charged if we get over the line (and we have just 10 days to get there!!).
There’s specials on my eco-living programs that you’ll never see repeated, featured spots on my Eco Chat podcast, the opportunity for me to be YOUR keynote speaker, or if you run your own business online, you can receive coaching or consulting support from me (extremely limited spots)! First in gets the best rewards!
I’d appreciate any support you can give… no amount is too small and you don’t have to select a reward if you just want to pledge your support! If every one of my followers pledged $1 I’d get over the line!
Thanks so much for your support xxx
Laura Trotta is one of Australia’s leading home sustainability experts. Fusing her professional expertise as an environmental engineer with the down-to-earth pragmatism that comes from being a busy mum, Laura is an eco thought leader who’s not afraid to challenge the status quo.
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