Women's Earth & Climate Action Network, International
The Women's Earth & Climate Action Network is a solutions-based, multi-faceted effort established to engage women worldwide to take action as powerful stakeholders in climate change and sustainability solutions. For Our Earth and Future Generations A project of Women's Earth and Climate Caucus and its partner eraGlobal Alliance
« Renewable Energy, Green Business, Cities, Lifestyles, Community Conservation

KeAnJa Environmental Management

Started by: KeAnJaGreen



Description:

Women's voices are important in the conversation for renewable energy, green businesses, and community engagement because they are the pioneers of healthy homes within communities.

Reasons for working in this topic, project or business:

My passion for helping women to begin to voice their opinions on renewable energy, green industry, and community engagement because these are places women can begin to create economic development not only for themselves, but for future women to move out of traditional jobs.

Root causes of the problems in this field and main barriers:

The root of any problem is educating women to understand they are able to define their own life journey that includes new environments, such as jobs that are considered for male gender.

What is needed to overcome barriers to implement solutions:

Need to overcome barriers is to continue communication with women about environmentally green jobs and healthy communities.

Specific needs and/or support requests:

Provide resources and training modes where women can further develop their craft in the environmental and green industry.

Suggested best local solution for this topic:

My solution to the root of the above issue is to connect to other like minded women who are on the grassroot advocacy level to educate women within their circle/or community to look outside of the box to future economic development.

Networking opportunities:

It is important to collaborate with other businesses to network to begin the dialogue across diverse communities.

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