We are thrilled to announce the launch of the book Intertwined: Women, Nature, and Climate Justice by Rebecca Kormos, which features a chapter telling the inspiring story of our founders, Sara and Isabella. This powerful book argues that greater inclusion of women in conservation and climate science is key to the future of the planet, highlighting the disproportionate impact of climate change on women and the crucial role women play in environmental activism.

Intertwined showcases women working to prevent the climate crisis, weaving together their stories to make a compelling case for why women are essential to changing our current trajectory toward catastrophic global warming and environmental degradation. The book underscores the importance of empowering women, showing that women’s leadership and equal representation are linked to lower CO2 emissions, better forest management, better land protection, less land grabbing, and fewer conflicts over resources.

For those interested in environmental activism, Intertwined is a must-read, joining recent efforts to showcase women’s voices in the movement to combat climate change. Sara and Isabella’s chapter is a testament to the impact women can have in conservation and the crucial role they play in shaping a sustainable future for all.

Join us in celebrating the launch of Intertwined and in recognizing the vital contributions of women in the fight against climate change. Together, we can create a more sustainable and equitable world for future generations.

Support women in climate justice and buy your copy of Intertwined today!

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