Isabela Tello is a leader from Inzá, Cauca, who represented Colombia in the 2026 Climate Change Summit. Together with other young activists from around the world, she discussed her role in the fight against climate change.

In less than six months, world leaders will meet at the Sharm El Sheik Climate Summit in Egypt, to define actions to limit the increase of the global average temperature by 1.5 C

Ana Castillo is part of the Red Social de Familias Lorenceñas Las Gaviotas, an organization made up mostly of women, which won the first legitimate mining popular referendum in the country. She is also a member of the Women for Climate Justice project, an initiative from Barranquilla+20.

Siri Córdoba is an environmental and youth leader in the Chocó region. Since 2013 she has been part of Cocomacia, the largest community council in Colombia, with which they managed to promote the ruling that declared the Atrato river as a subject of rights.

A selected group of 16 women from 12 departments of Colombia is part of a project that wants to strengthen feminist leadership on climate action. They recently held their first summit.

The first meeting of feminist and environmental women “Cumbre de Mujeres por la Justicia Climática” (Women’s Summit for Climate Justice) organized by Barranquilla+20 within the Generación Igualdad framework, developed different strategies for national advocacy for gender justice and climate justice.

From Barranquilla, Mujeres por la Justicia Climática (Women for Climate Justice) creates actions and strengthens feminist leadership in the region.

At COP 26, the Resilience Lab is focusing on the theme ‘shifting mindsets, shaping the future.’ Each day will focus on one of the eight novel pathways that can inspire a global transition…

We were joined by two climate activists, Joycelyn Longdon who founded the group Climate in Colour, and Xiomara Acevedo from Colombia.

This fascinating session, presented by Reboot the Future, facilitates a live discussion between three business leaders and three young activists, providing unique insight and a model of civil discourse you can apply in your own classroom.

Climate advocates from the Women and Gender Constituency speak about the challenges of participating in environmental negotiations and share their demands for building a more just future for us all.

NDC Partnership launched its Youth Engagement Plan to build young people’s capacity on climate change […]

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