We are either going to have a future where women lead the way to make peace with the Earth or we are not going to have a human future at all.
My message to you is simple: Don’t wait for change to happen—help drive it.
We must remember that one of the most insidious ways of keeping women and minorities powerless is to let them only talk about harmless and inconsequential subjects.
Mother Nature—militarized, fenced-in, poisoned—demands that we take action.
Empowering women is the single most important way to ensure effective climate action.
I fight because I know that without water, we cannot live. I do this work for the love of my community, for my granddaughters…so that they can live in a healthy world.
We are the guardians of the territories, of the rivers, of the continuity of life.
Women are completely at the forefront of climate solutions in everyday life.
One thing leads to the other. Deforestation leads to climate change, which leads to ecosystem losses, which negatively impacts our livelihoods – it’s a vicious cycle.
We don’t have time to sit on our hands as our planet burns. For young people, climate change is bigger than election or re-election. It’s life or death.
If the powerful chorus of youth voices for the environment have taught us anything, it is that you can create a hurricane if you join forces with like-minded peers.
What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.
Let's amplify all women’s voices. From our communities to global climate talks, together we are stronger and will go further.
Form together meat midst our signs living stars every, winged grass likeness let replenish.