Climate Resilience

Salons

Single sector interventions are no longer enough. They are not transforming the approach to climate change. We need to think about these transformative approaches.
Carina-Hirsch
Carina Hirsch

Advocacy & Projects
Manager Margaret Pyke Trust

Why Salons?

The first true “salon” was held in 1610 in France. In a world dominated by men, the salon was one place where women ruled. Our 1 day Climate Resilience Salons are intended to incubate and cultivate a multitude of scalable solutions to climate impacts – from women.
H.E. Ms. Tokozile Xasa, Ambassador of South Africa to the Kingdom of Belgium, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Mission to the European Union, talks about why women are so critical to finding solutions to Climate Change.

Upcoming Salons

01.
North America

Spring 2024 / Washington DC
Including Canada, the US, Indigenous people, and Puerto Rico.

02.
Latin America

Spring 2024
Location to be determined.

04.

Partners

We are looking for partners and sponsors. Join us.

What they say

We started by looking at the quality of air that is generated when you burn certain type of wood. What is the pollution of this type of wood?

Dr. Theresia Bilola

Deputy Councillor
Turku City Council, Turku, Finland.
Project Manager
Integrated Carbon Observation System ( ICOS)

As an organization we try to make migrant women open up and understand, to learn from others so they can be able to build a better life.

Osas Egbon

President
Donne di Benin City, Palermo, Italy

…the inclusion of climate change issues in our curriculum and more training opportunities for women and youth.

Kelebogile Norma Kgathi

Trade Attaché
Embassy of the Republic of Botswana in Belgium and Delegation to the European Union

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