Women on Climate:
Convening the Power of Women to Make Change on Climate
The world needs transformational leadership to address climate change. Women are taking on climate change projects around the world and women’s leadership accelerates the path to a low carbon future.
Women on Climate brings diverse women together in innovation labs, facilitated networks, and policy workshops to generate a broad coalition of climate change problem solvers.
Women on Climate is igniting a movement to drive holistic and sustainable leadership, inspiring meaningful action and forging new alliances to socialize and replicate that action at scale.
Women on Climate works to reduce greenhouse gasses across sectors through equitable and lasting solutions that promote community resilience and climate change justice.
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The Nature Conservancy’s first Women on Climate Convening in Seattle assembled women leaders primarily from Alaska, Hawai‘i, Oregon, and Washington, to unleash the power of women to generate and accelerate solutions for climate change. Lynn Scarlett, VP for Public Policy and Government Relations at The Conservancy, described the October event as “(catalyzing) truly unique and insightful conversations on climate solutions, bringing together people from widely diverse backgrounds, including those from indigenous communities, science, political campaigns, communications, conservation, and other backgrounds.