Our daily actions directly impact the environment, and we can all make a difference.
As part of this year's EcoChallenge, our colleagues at The Shift Network invited WEA Co-Director Kahea Pacheco to be a part of a powerful and intimate conversation about how climate change affects women and Indigenous peoples around the world.
Thank you to Devaa Haley Mitchell, Co-Founder of The Shift Network and leader of the Impact team for having us on!
Here's what we talked about during “Women on the Front Lines of Climate Healing”.
- How to catalyze grassroots women-led efforts to protect our environment and build healthy, safe, and just communities.
- What’s needed to scale smaller front-line climate and environmental initiatives.
- An intersectional look at the ways both women and Indigenous groups are even more impacted than others by climate change.
- How those in the Global North can be supporters and allies for critical climate projects in the Global South.
Watch the full event below!