When women thrive, the Earth thrives.
Women's Earth Alliance (WEA) is a 15-year global initiative that trains, resources and catalyzes grassroots women-led efforts to protect our environment and build healthy, safe, and just communities now and into the future
WEA’s signature Accelerator provides leadership, strategy, and technical training for women leaders to scale their climate and environmental initiatives while connecting them to a global alliance of peers, mentors, and funders.
In these environmentally fragile times, WEA Leaders are saving indigenous seeds, selling clean cookstoves, banning harmful toxins in their communities, saving endangered forests, launching regenerative farms, providing safe water, protecting land rights, and more.
WE PARTNER WITH GRASSROOTS WOMEN LEADERS WITH CRITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATE SOLUTIONS.
WE BUILD ALLIANCES TO ENERGIZE A GLOBAL MOVEMENT OF WOMEN'S ENVIRONMENTAL & CLIMATE LEADERSHIP.
WE EQUIP LEADERS WITH SKILLS, TOOLS, & RESOURCES TO STRENGTHEN & SCALE THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES.
WEA and our partners identify grassroots women leaders with solutions to the most pressing environmental issues in some of the most threatened regions on Earth.
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Philanthropic Impact Program
WEA partners with like-minded businesses to optimize philanthropic investments through matching programs, fundraising campaigns, special events, supply chain impact projects, and more.
World WEAvers Program
We bring people together across regions and sectors through facilitated experiences, conversations, and trainings that support women’s environmental and climate solution-building.
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EACH ALLIANCE LEADER SCALES THEIR IMPACT
IN THE FACE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATE CRISES, THE DIVERSE SOLUTIONS THAT WEA LEADERS DELIVER ARE CRITICAL TO OUR SURVIVAL
Prawita Tasya Karissa
Using community-based and blue economy approaches with cutting edge Biorock technology to restore 50 square km of coral reefs, protect 20 km of shoreline, and build livelihoods among 40,000 people in local communities.
Rebuilding food security and culture for native peoples by preserving and proliferating native seed systems throughout Virginia through her organization Alliance of Native Seedkeepers, of which she is the Co-Founder.
Protecting and restoring her city's water sources, which provides groundwater for a population of 7 million people.