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.

Extreme Weather and Women’s Rights

This week’s extreme weather has prompted attention to the impact of human-induced global warming, but not to the gender issue driving climate change: overpopulation.

Harvey, Women and Telling the Full Story

Women may not be the ones carrying bodies out of submerged houses and cars, but their role in conflict and post-disaster goes far beyond victimhood. 

Across the Nation, Indigenous Women Are Fighting for Renewable Energy

“We stand on the truth. We have evidence to back us, science behind us and I think we’re winning.”

Trump’s War on Women Includes Mother Nature

By pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Agreement, Trump has stripped Mother Nature of her rights. And she will not remain silent.

Revisiting The Right to Be Cold

Sheila Watt-Cloutier’s The Right to be Cold is the feminist book we need to weather the climate crisis.

WEBINAR: Learn How to Build Campaigns for Renewable Energy with Ms.

Ms. is hosting a free webinar with movement leaders on building and sustaining movements to boost renewables and combat climate change. RSVP today!

Women are Transforming the Energy Sector

Women in the energy industry are one factor in helping spur the shift to renewables.

Inside the Women-Led Global Alliance to Save the Planet

15 women mayors from major cities are determined to act against climate change, whether or not their federal governments join them.

The Good Shepherds

Women of faith heed a calling to protect the Earth.

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