The Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) International is a solutions-based, multi-faceted organization established to engage women worldwide in policy advocacy, on-the-ground projects, direct action, trainings, and movement building for global climate justice.

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For The Earth And All Generations -

Women Are Rising For Climate Justice

& Community-Led Solutions

In the face of escalating climate change, and the devastating impacts of environmental and social degradation on the Earth and our diverse communities – the voices, actions, solutions, and leadership of global women on the frontlines of climate change must be recognized.

 

Women are disproportionately impacted by climate change, yet are simultaneously vital leaders in local and global solutions. The Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) International engages women worldwide in policy advocacy, on-the-ground projects, direct action, trainings, and movement building for global climate justice.

Join us in action today as we stand for the Rights of Women, Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Rights of Nature, and Rights of Future Generations!

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Indigenous Women's Divestment Delegations
ACTION ALERT
Protect the Tongass
Defend our Climate
Support Indigenous
& Local Communities

The Guardian - 'We depend on the Tongass': Alaskans fight to save US’s largest national forest

Newsletter - Tlingit Women travel to D.C. to protect their forest homelands

Cities, tribes try a new environmental approach: Give nature rights

Newsletter - ACTION ALERT - Protect the Tongass, Defend our Climate, Support Indigenous and Local Communities

Joint Statement - Trump Administration Paves Way for Old-growth Clearcutting in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest

Ms. - Feminists for a Green New Deal

Business Insider - How 3 Native American tribes are fighting to protect sacred land from logging, oil pipelines, and a billion-dollar telescope

Newsletter - We are not waiting, but acting now! Women's Earth & Climate Action Network Newsletter, October 2019

Bustle - How Indigenous Women Fought Oil Drilling In The Amazon - And Won

Mother Jones - Trump Wants to Log an Enormous Alaska Forest. These Native Women Traveled 3,000 Miles to Stop It.

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