Within industry, elected to government, and at the heart of their communities, women are organizing locally and transnationally to protect the planet and the future. And a new push was launched this week at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland.
"Five years (after the Paris Agreement), facing the ravages of the worst public health crisis in a century, what can we apply from our response to public health to our response climate change?" asks Catherine McKenna, former environment minister and current minister of infrastructure and communities.
Canada's Minister of Environment and Climate Change writes that 'while the rest of the world is taking more action to battle this climate crisis, Canada’s Conservatives want to go in exactly the opposite direction.'