Women are coming together across struggles, borders, and cultures to help build a new world.
Yes, that glass ceiling still exists in the environmental movement
Colombian women are putting their lives on the line for the Earth.
Climate science and policy is still considered a male bastion. These women are working to change that.
The intimate link between human trafficking and dirty energy in Minnesota
Two Spirits are reclaiming their collective identity in the battle to protect Turtle Island.
For women in solar energy, progress and a ways to go.
Our movement needs to do a better job of addressing sexual violence and misogyny within its ranks.
From farm to table, women in the US food system are speaking up about systemic abuse.
Opportunities for the environmental movement to better engage Black, Indigenous, and Womxn of Color
I want to tell you about the many stories and voices you’ll find in this special issue. But my mind keeps circling back to Tahlequah.
Earth Island women are creating the space for all to come on board.
Anne Hus and the evolution of environmental icon David Brower.
A special call to mothers, grandmothers, aunties, godmothers,and all those who love the children.
What I once believed to be madness I have come to see as night vision — what porcupines know as they remain hidden in trees.
Harassment that may have been overlooked a decade ago is not tolerated today. That’s a great start, but it’s not enough.
Our deep and abiding connection with Mother Earth is what compels us to fight to protect it.
My work as an environmental activist opened my eyes to the inequalities in my marriage.
More and more of us are finding ourselves in the role of forest managers.
In Hawaii, women are fighting back against chemical companies that have made it ground zero for GM seed development
In Review: Sealed by Naomi Booth; Dead Ink Books, 2017
Conflicts of Interest: My Journey through India’s Green Movement By Sunita Narain; India Viking, 2017
What can one woman do in the face of the mammoth industry that is animal agriculture?
1000 Words – Elizabeth Addison
Conversation: Joyce Tischler
News in Brief