The Network of African Women Environmentalists (NAWE) is a 'Peer Empowerment Community' of African women, who have launched the Earth Science Cafes to stimulate engagement for ecosystems restoration.
About Earth Science Cafes
The Earth Science Cafes is a dynamic online discussion forum, launched on Earth Day, April 22nd, with an overall objective of 'Connecting Science to Society'
NAWE at COP26
7th November 2021, 11:30 BST
Forests and the Roots of Resilience
This event will explore three critical contributors to the “Roots of Resilience” for forest and communities and bring panellists from East, West and Central Africa
9th November 2021, 12:15 BST
Gender, Science and Innovation Day
This event will spotlight how increased diversity across the globe benefits climate action and highlight the important role gender responsive solutions play in improving Science and Innovation. The event will also celebrate the involvement of women in climate
Science and Innovation as leaders.
12th November 2021, 12:15 BST
The Road Beyond COP26
A panel discussion focused on the main outstanding matters surrounding climate action after COP26, with a forward focus on the UK’s COP Presidency in the year ahead, and to the next incoming COP Presidency in Africa and beyond.