It’s time to kill the idea, once and for all, that we can address climate breakdown and resource scarcity through population control.
“This is all wrong. I shouldn’t be up here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean. Yet you all come to us young people for hope? How dare you.”
“We young people have understood that the climate crisis is an emergency, and we ask everyone to act like it, to stop business as usual with us.”
The need for women’s leadership is ever more pressing when it comes to the climate crisis. Here’s why they should step up—and how you can help.
Young women are leading a fast-growing movement to enact a Green New Deal and halt climate change.
Changing our daily actions isn’t enough—but today (and everyday), you can join our movement to spread non-toxic love. Here are ten ways to start.
Women have traditionally been banished from fishing vessels—but this hasn’t stopped Andrea Angel from mitigating albatross and other seabird deaths in South African waters through intensive engagement with often-reluctant vessel owners, captains and crews.
We all have a lot to learn about leadership from innovative activists like Radhika Lalit.
Young women are taking the lead in a historic climate-justice lawsuit.
Three years ago, on Earth Day, I became the proud owner of an IUD. The decision wasn’t just a great choice for my own health—it was also a great way to improve my carbon footprint.