Vandana Shiva and Jane Goodall, two powerful climate activists and experts, were interviewed during the International Women’s Earth and Climate Initiative Summit in New York on their thoughts on the climate crisis. Vandana Shiva, who was born in the Himalayas and is a renowned environmental leader and author, she talks about the preciousness of Earth elements, while Jane Goodall, born in England, talks about how she found her love for nature and eventually went to Africa to work with chimpanzees. Both women discuss the barriers they faced by being women working on environmental issues. Photo credit: Democracy Now