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Women’s Voices Are Heard at COP28

December 7, 2023


Our Climate

For far too long, climate discussions have under-included a crucial component: the perspectives, the stakes, and the potential contributions of women and girls.

For Rev. Dallas Conyers, Faith & JEDI Program Manager at Southeast Climate & Energy Network, women are natural leaders in climate solutions: “women are usually the foundation of our communities, so they could tell you the solutions that our states and governments need to be taking on.”

At the same time, Jacqueline Kimeu, Energy & Climate Change Coordinator of WWF Kenya, reiterates that improving climate-related issues can help improve quality of life for women, and this, she believes, can help change the world:

“In most African countries, we find that 80% of households don’t have access to electricity. If there’s no electricity, these young girls go home…Renewable energy can keep women, can keep young girls in school, building their resilience.”

See more in our latest video from COP28 in the UAE and learn all about our updates at

*Also featuring Meifeng Lin (Tzu Chi Germany Volunteer) and Dr. Chi-Ming Peng (Chief Executive Officer, WeatherRisk Explore).


Director: Héctor Muniente
DP: Borja Campillo
Editor: Héctor Muniente
Music: Morning by Mandolin


Climate Change , Women's rights , United nations , women , Cop28 , unfccc , un climate conference

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