Asia Pacific Indigenous and women’s organizations are joining the Ban Haeng community in opposing the coal mine in Tambon Ban Haeng, Thailand. The government of Thailand granted a mining concession to Green Yellow Co. Ltd. in August 2015, threatening both local forests and the Ban Haeng people. While vocalizing their opposition and taking legal action to revoke the mining concession, villagers and their allies have faced physical harassment and deaths threats from military personnel. As part of the Women’s Global Call for Climate Justice, this solidarity action stands together not only with Asia Pacific regional communities, but also with women all over the world fighting for a fossil fuel free future. Photo credit: Alexandra Salmon-Lefranc Gennai