15 women mayors from major cities are determined to act against climate change, whether or not their federal governments join them.
Women of faith heed a calling to protect the Earth.
In West Virginia, the Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition is taking a local approach to boost renewables.
Meet the grassroots group of mothers, grandmothers and other caregivers working nationwide to fight climate change with a focus on clean and renewable energy.
Besides efforts by some states, cities and companies, many local women-led groups are stepping up and pushing renewable energy as one climate change solution.
Shaista Ambar’s initiative is an example to follow—not only for women in India, but for those around the world.
I am a veteran of marches—starting with civil rights in 1960s and anti-Vietnam War protests in the ‘70s. But I have never seen anything like last Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington.
It is clear we can’t have climate justice without gender justice. Gender equity is key to everyone’s ability to thrive in the face of climate change.
For some women protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline, protecting the water supply isn’t only about environmental justice—it’s about reproductive justice as well.