In this article, young feminists and FRIDA advisors Alina Saba and Ayesha Constable share their perspective on the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference. They discuss how gender justice and women’s rights took center stage in many conversations due in part to the leadership of the Women and Gender Constituency, a coalition of civil society and non-state groups. These conversations included the impact of climate change on women and indigenous groups as well as the women’s involvement in developing climate solutions. Photo credit: Christine Irvine/Survival Media Agency