In this thought-provoking video, Climate Tracker fellow Jacqueline Baldonado explores the intersection of climate and women, and how the impacts of climate change disproportionately affect women around the world.

Through personal stories and insights, she pens a love letter to the women environmental defenders in the Negros climate movement in the Philippines.

From the love and resilience of those fighting for a sustainable future to the rightful rage felt by those most impacted, this video sheds light on the urgent need for action.

We delve into the concept of climate justice and how it intersects with gender equality. Through powerful stories and compelling statistics, we witness the love and compassion women have for their families and the environment, as well as their rightful rage at the systems that perpetuate inequality and climate crisis. Join us in this urgent conversation and learn how we can all work towards a more just and sustainable future. Watch now and join the movement for climate justice.

About the author of this article
Jacqueline Baldonado

Jacqueline is the social media manager of the youth organization Youth for Climate Hope. She also does commissions for portrait painting (both digital and traditional), event posters, simple illustrations, logos.

For this project, she wants to visualize the intersection of femininity and the climate crisis.

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