Women are our climate leaders, but at COP26 they're struggling to be heard

Posted on AllSides November 14th, 2021
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On the final day of the United Nation's COP26 climate summit, delegates who identify as part of the climate justice movement staged a massive walkout. At a prearranged moment, people from nongovernmental organizations and other civil society groups left the plenary hall and joined protestors on the far side of the eight-foot high fences surrounding the summit, chanting, "The people united will never be defeated."

Here, from a makeshift stage, speakers (delegates and non-delegates alike) addressed the crowds of people in the wind and rain, many of whom had chosen to come and listen...

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