Videos

 
 
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Photo credit: WEDO

“The relationship between women and forests is much closer than you think”

Short video by Isis Alvarez of the Global Forests Coalition, about the relation between forest conservation and indigenous women.

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Photo credit: Groundbreakers

“Water is a women's issue. Here's why.”

TEDx Talk by Eleanor Allen, CEO of Water For People, about the global water crisis and the linkage between access to water, including sanitation services, and women's rights and empowerment.

 
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Photo credit: Women Economic Forum

“Women needed as 'agents of change' to tackle global water scarcity”

Interview with the President of the Women for Water Partnership, Mariet Verhoef-Cohen, about gender-sensitive solutions to ensure clean water and sanitation for all.

 
Photo credit: Global Landscapes Forum

Photo credit: Global Landscapes Forum

“Global Landscapes Forum Webinar - Beyond Land: Gender equality in restoration”

This webinar, presented on the digital summit of the Global Landscapes Forum, explores the effectiveness and sustainabilityof gender equality for restoration efforts, addressing social inclusion and human rights in ecosystem restoration.

 
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Photo credit: TED Talks

“how empowering women and girls can help stop global warming”

TED Talk by Katharine Wilkinson, a writer and environmentalist, about the need for gender equity in order to address climate change, sharing three ways that equality for women can stop global warming.

 
Photo credit: WEDO

Photo credit: WEDO

“Women's Rights and Climate Finance Webinar (Session 4): STRATEGIES FOR ORGANIZING TO INFLUENCE, MONITOR, AND TRACK CLIMATE FINANCE”

The fourth session of WEDO's five part series on women’s rights and climate finance webinars, focused on engaging with actors to advocate for the inclusion of the female perspective in the implementation of climate finance projects.

 
Photo Credit: Rucha Chitnis

Photo Credit: Rucha Chitnis

“let's be the guardians our ocean needs us to be| Maureen Penjueli | TEDxSuva”

TedX talk by Maureen Penjueli, Coordinator of the Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG), about the protection of the home of Pacific islanders: the ocean.

 
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Photo credit: O Globo

“stand with indigenous peoples in brazil, the amazon and the climate”

Video produced by the Women's Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) International, of Sônia Bone Guajajara. Sônia is the National Coordinator for the Articulation of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil (APIB), featured in the United Nations Headquarters in this video.

 
Photo credit: Christiana Figueres

Photo credit: Christiana Figueres

“why climate change policy is human rights policy - and vice versa”

Lecture hosted by the Center for Human Rights & Global Justice at New York University, featuring former UNFCCC Executive Secretary, Christiana Figueres.

 
Photo credit: Sidney Peace Foundation

Photo credit: Sidney Peace Foundation

“MARY ROBINSON: WHY CLIMATE CHANGE IS A THREAT TO HUMAN RIGHTS”

TED Talk about climate justice by Mary Robinson, president of Ireland from 1990 to 1997, and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights from 1997 to 2002.

 
Photo credit: Women of Green

Photo credit: Women of Green

“ONLINE YOUTH EXCHANGE WEBINAR: CLIMATE JUSTICE IN THE UNFCCC”

Webinar about climate justice in climate policy given by Renata Koch Alvarenga as part of Care About Climate's Online Youth Exchange program.

 
Photo credit: University of Regina

Photo credit: University of Regina

“Gender inequality is showing up…in climate change”

TedX Talk about social inequality in climate change by Dr. Amber Fletcher, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Studies of the University of Regina.