Happy (almost) Birthday! The Sacred Earth Advocacy Network, a project of WEA’s Women and Land Initiative, will celebrate its first birthday this June!  Over the past year, we’ve established a thriving and growing network of advocates applying their legal, policy and business expertise in pro bono partnership with indigenous women environmental justice leaders in North…

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Women Earth Alliance’s Caitlin Sislin has written on High Country News about the current opportunity for comment regarding the Peabody Western Coal Company’s water permit review process.  She writes: “A controversial clean water permit for a coal mine complex sited at a Navajo and Hopi sacred mountain is once again up for review by the…

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Women Earth Alliance’s Advocacy Director Caitlin Sislin was interviewed by VolunTourism, an organization that promotes volunteering around the world. In it she says, “Collaboration with and support of … women leaders is really an investment in health, sustainability and justice for communities.” Read the full interview here!

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The women involved in Women Earth Alliance are extraordinary women. Olanike Olugboji, a participant in the Global Women’s Water Initiative’s 2008 African Women and Water Training, has launched a new venture and has written about it on World Pulse. She writes, “when people’s daily needs are met, they are better able to think about the…

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