Former president of Ireland Mary Robinson, former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework on Climate Change Christiana Figueres and Deputy-Secretary General of the United Nations Amina Mohammed see the ways in which gender inequality and climate injustice do not happen in a vacuum, and all are imbued with power relations touching on multiple socio-political, cultural, economic and even religious spheres. For these three women who have spent their lives working for justice, the transformation and redistribution of power is at the heart of attaining both gender equality and climate justice.