Thilmeeza Hussain

Voice of Women / Climate Wise Women

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Co-founder of Voice of Women, an NGO based out of the Maldives, and member of Climate Wise Women, a global organization raising awareness about the impact of climate change on women

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The first Earth Summit was held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. It was agreed that human interference was changing the climate and that something had to be done.

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