Two women looking across meadow at snow-capped mountains
Women are influential leaders in diverse positions around the world. In May of 2018, we produced a powerful five-part podcast series where we featured dynamic women leading the charge to address global warming.

There is no better moment to accelerate the cause of gender equality around the world, than by raising the voices of brilliant women who are creating positive change by doing the good thing for the planet.

Join us for a look back at this important series:

Faith GemmillFaith Gemmill

Executive Director, Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands (REDOIL)

Alaska & Global Warming: Climate Genocide


Mary Anne HittMary Anne Hitt

Director, Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign

Beyond Coal: Is Your Health at Risk?


Alexandra BilakAlexandra Bilak

Director, Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC), Norwegian Refugee Council

Global Warming & People Displacement: Who’s Next?


Diana LivermanDiana Liverman

Regents Professor of Geography and Development and former Co-Director of the Institute of the Environment, University of Arizona

Climate for Women’s Voices in Climate Science: The Good, The Bad and The Truth 


Dr. Katharine HayhoeDr. Katharine Hayhoe

Professor in the Department of Political Science and Director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University

Global Warming: Why It’s Humans This Time