Women across the world are pushing back on the essentialist, NGO-ized, bureaucratic and technocratic narrative that permanently positions them as victims of climate change and in need of constant “capacity building” in order to rescue themselves from this tragedy. Women on the frontlines of climate change, such as peasant farmers or Indigenous women resisting mining operations on their lands, are not only providing radical solutions, but are also actively engaging within other cross-cutting justice movements and frameworks. Women have long understood the dangers of silo movements and politics, and in a world where their oppressions are increasingly interconnected, we need bolder transversal and transnational frameworks/movements for justice. Photo credit: WECAN International