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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WECAN INTERNATIONAL IN THE MEDIA

Featured Articles

EcoWatch - Standing Against The Banks: DAPL Divestment And Water Protectors' Fight For Justice, Indigenous Rights, Water And Life

Medium - A Red Flag on International Women’s Day: Women Land and Rights Defenders Facing Violence

Articles By The WECAN International Team

Indigenous Women of the Amazon Send a Call: The Fight for Mother Earth Is the Mother of All Fights

Common Dreams - The Voices of Amazon Women and a Visionary Declaration to Protect Indigenous Lands

IPS Inter Press Service - Women’s Climate Leadership More Vital Than Ever In Light Of Climate Change Report

Earth Island Journal - Women Rising For The Earth

The Ecologist - An International Women's Day Call To Defend The Defenders

Medium - A Red Flag On International Women’s Day: Women Land And Rights Defenders Facing Violence

Huffington Post - Lisa Murkowski, End The Assault On Indigenous Peoples And Our Land

EcoWatch - Standing Against The Banks: DAPL Divestment And Water Protectors' Fight For Justice, Indigenous Rights, Water And Life

EcoWatch - Indigenous Women of Standing Rock Resistance Movement Speak Out On Divestment

CommonDreams - On International Women’s Day, Honoring Women Land And Human Rights Defenders

WECAN International In The Media

— 2019 —

E&E News - Tongass exemption not set in stone — Forest Service

The Ecologist - Historic delegation to protect Tongass rainforest

GlacierHub - Tongass National Forest, Threatened by Increased Logging

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

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

— 2018 —

The Laura Flanders Show - Divest to Decolonize: Michelle Cook & Hartman Deetz

Nation Of Change - The Voices of Amazon Women and a Visionary Declaration to Protect Indigenous Lands

Making Contact Radio - Climate Uprising: Indigenous Women at the Global Climate Action Summit

Women Rising Radio - Episode 36, Indigenous Women’s Climate Uprising

The Good Men Project - 5 Reasons We Need Gender Conscious Responses to Climate Change

— 2017 —

Amazon Watch - Climate Justice Now! Keep It in the Ground! Highlights and Reflections from COP23

Medium - Climate Solutions: The Importance of Feminine Energy and Disrupting White Power Structures

Energy Transition - Why Native American Women are Going After Europe’s Banks to Divest from Big Oil

L'Echo Belgium - Indigenous People's, The Ultimate Guardians Of Our Planet

Law and Nature Journal - Rights of Nature: Time to Shift the Paradigm in the EU? (Greek)

— 2016 —

Earth Law Center - ELC Releases Updated Co-violations Report

White Wolf Pack - Women Are Sacred: The Crucial Roles Women Are Playing At Standing Rock

Planet Experts - We’re Not Giving Up On Our Climate! Our Future Is Depending On Us!

Amazon Watch - We're Not Giving Up On Our Climate! Our Future Is Depending On Us!

Pacific Standard - How Women Are Going From Climate Victims to Climate Leaders

— 2015 —

Rabble - Women and the UN in 2015

Pacific Standard - Maybe Women Should Lead the Way in the Battle Against Climate Change

Occupy - Act Out in Paris: In the Zone with Women, for Climate

TeleSur - The Challenges of Gender Equality and Climate Change

Media Terre - COP21 : la Journée des Femmes Place les Questions qui les Concernent au Premier Plan de la Conférence

— 2014 —

Earth Rights International - Women United for Climate Change at COP20

Huffington Post - At the Heart of COP20: Loss and Damage

PMC Peru - Tribunal por los Derechos de la Naturaleza, Osprey Orielle Lake

Indigenous Rising - Indigenous Women: Earth Defenders Speak Out From the Frontlines of Climate Change

TckTckTck - Daily Tck: Day 8 of the UN climate talks in Lima

— 2013 —

Democracy Now! - Extended Interview with Vandana Shiva and Jane Goodall

Democracy Now! - Vandana Shiva & Jane Goodall on Serving the Earth & How Women Can Address Climate Crisis

Huffington Post Green - Women and Climate Action

Huffington Post Social Entrepreneurship - Social Good Summit 2013

Yale Daily News - More Female Leaders Please