Four extraordinary women who are navigating climate solutions joined the World Wildlife Fund’s Ombudsperson Gina Barbieri, who is also a human rights attorney for a discussion on how we can build a sustainable future for the next generation at the 2nd Annual Vital Voices Festival.
Inna Braverman, Founder and CEO of Eco Wave Power, Alejandra Mora Mora, a lawyer, author, and the Executive Secretary, Inter-American Commission on Women (CIM) at the Organization of American States (OAS), Heather Pinnock, Managing Director of Lucea Caribbean Limited and a Vital Voices GROW Fellow, and Sophia Kianni, a climate activist and the founder of Climate Cardinals explained how they got started in the climate justice movement and how anyone can become a sustainability activist.
Watch the replay here:
- Inna Braverman: Founder & CEO, Eco Wave Power
- Alejandra Mora Mora: Executive Secretary, Inter-American Commission on Women (CIM) at the Organization of American States (OAS)
- Heather Pinnock: Managing Director, Lucea Caribbean Limited
- Sophia Kianni: Founder, Climate Cardinals
- In conversation with Gina Barbieri: Ombudswoman, World Wildlife Fund