The powerful women on the front lines of climate action | Farwiza Farhan
When it comes to big problems like climate change, we tend to focus on big solutions — but many of the best ideas come from people on the ground, facing day-to-day conservation battles. Sharing her effort to protect the Leseur ecosystem in Indonesia (the last place on Earth where the Sumatran rhino, tiger, elephant and orangutan still roam together in the wild), TED Fellow and conservationist Farwiza Farhan explains the challenges women face on the front lines of forest preservation within patriarchal societies — and the resilient, world-changing power they hold.
Kasutame küpsiseid, et pakkuda Teile parimat kogemust. Kui jätkate selle veebisaidi kasutamist, nõustute meie küpsiste tingimustega.