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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400,000-plus Blast Trump Administration Plan for Old-growth Clearcutting in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest

Urgent Call to Action for the Amazon in Crisis

With New Equator Principles, Banks Fail to Act on Climate or Indigenous Rights

Tlingit Women’s Delegation Travels to Washington, D.C. to Protect Their Forest Homelands in Alaska

No more excuses: The World Bank must halt all funding for fossil fuels

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

Women’s Rights and Climate Activists to Host Briefing on A Feminist Agenda for the Green New Deal

Women’s Rights and Climate Activists Launch a Feminist Agenda for a Green New Deal

Civil Society to UN Secretary General: Censure Bolsonaro for Amazon Fires and Human Rights concerns

Women’s Delegation Will Demand Stronger Action for Human Rights and Climate from Global Banks at Equator Principles Association Consultation

Southeast Alaskans Advocate in Support of the 2001 National Roadless Rule

Turn Out for the Tongass Rally: Southeast Alaskans Advocate in Support of the 2001 National Roadless Rule

New Legislation Protecting Roadless Rule is Key for Preserving America’s Forests

Indigenous Women on the Frontlines of Climate Change to Speak Out at Public Event and Rally During United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

Indigenous Women’s Delegation to Washington, D.C. to Advocate for Tongass Rainforest and Roadless Rule

Indigenous Women’s Delegation Takes Fossil Fuel Divestment Demands To New York City and Washington D.C.

International Rights Of Nature Symposium in Quito, Ecuador

Women For Climate Justice Present Bold Demands to Leadership of the Global Climate Action Summit

‘Women’s Assembly For Climate Justice’ Event Brings Women’s Voices To The Forefront On Eve of Global Climate Action Summit

Women Climate Activist Press Conference - Stories and Solutions from Grassroots, Frontline and Indigenous Women

Women Kick-Off Global Climate Action Summit Stories and Solutions From Grassroots, Frontline and Indigenous Women

Women For Climate Justice To Uplift Vital Stories and Solutions During Global Climate Action Summit

Women's Assembly for Climate Justice: Women Leading Solutions To Speak Out In Parallel To The Global Climate Action Summit

Visionary Living Forest Proposal To Be Launched by Kichwa People of Sarayaku in Ecuador

As Climate Impacts Worsen, Broad Coalition Prepares for Rise for Climate, Jobs and Justice Mobilization on September 8

Calls For Justice Raised By Indigenous Women’s Divestment Delegation During Meetings With Fossil Fuel Funders

Indigenous Women’s Delegation To Europe Continues Push For Fossil Fuel Divestment By Major Banks

Frontline, Grassroots and Indigenous Women to Stand for Just Climate Solutions at UN COP23 Press Conference and Side Event

International Rights Of Nature Tribunal In Bonn Finds Legal Systems Incapable Of Preventing Climate Change And Protecting Nature

Women Climate Justice Leaders To Speak Out At Public Event During COP23 Climate Talks