In this compelling interview, Thom Hartmann, Osprey Orielle Lake and Rosemary Enie of Women’s Earth and Climate Action discuss the impact of climate change on women in Africa after the International Women’s Earth and Climate Summit (2013). Women bare the brunt of the work when it comes to food and agriculture, as well as water and the growing cases of environmental changes, such as desertification, only increase the risks women face on a daily basis. Lake and Enie call for women to be seen as agents of change, rather than being seen as victims. Photo credit: The Big Picture RT