Securing Relief for Women and Girls in Dominica’s Devastation

Disasters tend to bring to light the multiple inequalities that women and girls face day-to-day. The devastation in Dominica is no exception.

Women Speak: Ruth Nyambura Insists On A Feminist Political Ecology

“What we need are truly radical and revolutionary transnational movements, not small cocoons.”

A 12-Year-Old Warrior for Justice

“I know I might be little,” Angelika begins. “But I make a huge impact on this earth.”

Women Speak: Casey Camp-Horinek is Fighting Keystone XL in the Name of Indigenous and Environmental Justice

Casey Camp-Horinek is a Ponca Nation Councilwoman, elder and long-time Indigenous rights and environmental activist currently fighting on the front lines of the movement to stop the Keystone XL pipeline.

Women Speak: Jacqueline Patterson Brings an Equity Lens to the Fight for Environmental Justice

“Solutions have to be led by the people that are most impacted, so this is a call for women’s leadership and solution-making—and when you juxtapose that against the underrepresentation of women in solution-making and decision-making around solutions, it’s a clear call to action.”

Women Speak: Neha Misra Brings Light—and Power—into the Lives of Women Around the World

Neha Misra is a social entrepreneur, poet, visual folk artist and global champion for improving sustainable energy access by advancing women’s leadership.

Women Speak: Reetu Sogani on Mainstreaming Social and Climate Justice

“Climate change is not an issue of science, but an issue of social justice.”

Women Speak: Patricia Gualinga Montalvo is Leading the Fight for Climate Justice in Ecuador

“We will continue, because we are doing the right thing, and because we have an inner strength which moves us and connects us to the Earth and the sky.”

Women Speak: Bringing Gender to the Forefront in Environmental Justice

A new effort shines a light on women’s work around the world on climate change to shift the status quo and challenge presiding systems of exploitation at the intersections of gender and environmental justice.

When Disasters Hit, Women are Key to Recovery

As communities begin the often long, challenging and costly process of disaster recovery—and preparation for future disasters—they must not turn a blind eye to women’s needs.

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