These have been the key talking points in Brussels this week.
Sunniva Sorby and Hilde Fålun Strøm were making climate history, but then the COVID-19 pandemic struck.
Women are being killed for their environmentalism, suggesting a link between patriarchal violence and activism.
The protest, dubbed "Love is stronger than fear," was called by Navalny's allies for Valentine's Day in solidarity with people detained in recent opposition protests.
A social enterprise is crowdfunding for the book which will help fund environmental projects in the country.
Nathalie Becquart's appointment to the Synod of Bishops reflects Pope Francis' wish to see women play a greater decision-making role in the Church, the Vatican says.
The European nation prides itself on being one of the world's oldest democracies and yet only allowed women to vote as late as 1971.
Three women, Emerald Fennell, Chloe Zhao and Regina King, were nominated for best director of a motion picture. Only one woman has previously won the award.
Pro-choice activists celebrate outside the parliament building after the Argentine Senate approved a bill to legalize abortion.
"This fine is obviously absurd. What's more, it is unfair, irresponsible and dangerous," Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo has said.
In Yemen's war-torn capital Sanaa, women in long-sleeved athletics shirts raced down a basketball court in wheelchairs, dribbling and passing as a small crowd cheered them on.
The issue of ownership and access to land is important for the environment too.