Emphasizing the link between nature and women, Global Mom’s Challenge shares on how  transformative eco-feminists all over world are using their best efforts to save our planet in the local, national and international arenas. For instance, former president of Ireland Mary Robinson, United Nations Secretary General Special Envoy on El Niño and Climate, advocates global justice for poor and vulnerable people. Similarly, Winnie Bynanyima integrates the gender perspective into policy and decision-making in international commitments, and Osprey Orielle Lake leads the international climate trainings in areas such women for forests, Rights of Nature and United Nations forums. Moving further, Dr. Jane Goodall, the international chimpanzee researcher, is spreading her message about the conservation and emphasizing personal responsibility to get others to care. Lastly, Diana Duarte, Communication Director of Madre partners with communities to adapt climate change. Photo credit: UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe