22 Vital Voices Women Leaders Fighting Against Climate Change

Habiba Ali

@habibat11, @sosairen

Catalina Alvarez

@Selva_Nevada

Aida Bakri

@aidabakri

Claire Bailey

@ClareBaileyGPNI

Sarah El Battouty

@selbattouty

Anne Butterly

@EasydryUsa

Grace Foster-Reid

Twitter: @GraceFosterReid

Michelle Hong

@rooftop_republic

Philippa Kelly

@casitastenorio

Leah Lizarondo

@leahlizarondo

Lula Mena

@lula_mena

Susana Muhamad

@susana.muhamad

Andrea Nava

@lideresporelmedioambiente

Mavis Nduchwa

@mavis_nduchwa

Susanne Newton

@susannenewton

Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim

@hindououmar
Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim is an expert in the adaptation and mitigation of indigenous peoples to climate change. She is a member of the Mbororo pastoralist people in Chad and President of the Association for Indigenous Women and Peoples of Chad (AFPAT). In her role, she fights to bring indigenous voices, practices and experience into the global conversation around the climate crisis — elevating the innovative solutions indigenous peoples have created as the environment changes, and representing the stark impact climate change has on communities that depend on the environment. Hindou is an advocate for the greater inclusion of indigenous people and their knowledge and traditions in the global movement to fight the effects of climate change. Listen to Hindou discuss her passion for brining humanity into climate change dialogue on the Vital Voices podcast.

Maria Pacheco

@mariapachecogua

Isha Patel

@thegreensleepproject

Alison Price

@soilcyclers

Claudia Renta Ortiz

@Tinglamigos

Maria Clara Ruiz Zapata

@zooming.co

Brianne West

@briannemwest

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