Special Update:  Voices from 
Women  on the Frontlines of Climate Change
December 29, 2015
Dear Friends and Allies, 

We are thrilled to share ' For the Earth and Future Generations: Women Leading Solutions on the Frontlines of Climate Change - Paris', a detailed blog recapping one of our main public events in Paris during COP21, and allowing you to explore the incredible stories, struggles and solutions presented at this critical gathering of women for climate justice.

At the Women's Earth and Climate Action Network we believe in the extraordinary power of women's leadership and women speaking on their own behalf on the issues affecting the Earth and their lives, families and communities - therefore this blog centers on the hard hitting, vital statements of women from around the world, shared in their own words. Read the full event blog here.

For a detailed account of WECAN's work in Paris and photo highlights from 2015, please review our full end of year newsletter.

As we close 2016 - we invite you to donate here in  direct support of action for climate justice and women's leadership in climate solutions in 2016 and beyond.
"As mothers, as women, as sisters - as responsible citizens of this world - we cannot afford to watch our children be killed by climate change, we need to look beyond Paris and insure our governments are held accountable for the promises made here... we need to take strength from each other and move forward, we cannot afford to look back."
 - Thilmeeza Hussain, Voice of Women Maldives
"We are all bound to each other, and we are all bound to Nature...And right now our family member, our mother, our Nature is screaming. But thanks to people like you and me who are speaking out, taking action and working together to build strong alliances against this exploitation, there is hope. We are becoming joined in a beautiful weave."  
- Josefina Skerk, Sami Parliment, Sweden
Thank you for your continued support of our work for climate justice and care for the Earth and all generations, 
 Osprey Orielle Lake and the WECAN International Team