The Naoya Sakam Gonogobeshona group Adarpara, Godagari of Rajshahi in Bangladesh has taken up collective efforts to re-orest the land in and around their communities, starting with their homes and public spaces such as roads sites and cemeteries. The women are also uniting for vital conversations about women’s relationship to the environment and role in helping balance the Earth’s systems, and the connections between gender and climate change. Work has been carried out in collaboration with Research Initiatives Bangladesh (RIB) and Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA).  Photo credit: Research Initiatives Bangladesh