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Women are relational
We share, we care
And everyone benefits!
"Investment in women drives social change, leading to economic prosperity in communities. That’s called the 'women effect'. It’s very much an extension of socially responsible investing." Roslyn Dawson Thompson, Dallas Women's Foundation
"Women will control $15 trillion –70%– of total global consumer spending by 2014. With the help of Sustainable Practices, we can drive that spending to safer, greener and more socially responsible ground."
In Women We Trust
Studies show that when resources are directed toward the women, everyone benefits.
We partner with Women Entrepreneurs who create Organic, Sustainable, Progressive, Socially Conscious, Fair Trade, and Environmentally Responsible Products.
"Zimbabwe's National Conservation Strategy does not single out women, but all the photos in our Report show women at work because they are the ones who do it."
Mrs. Chitepo, 1987 Minister of Tourism and Environment, Zimbabwe.
"Women do not want to be mainstreamed into a polluted stream.
We want the stream to be clean, clear and healthy."
Bella Abzug, U.S. Senator and co-founder of WEDO (Women, Environment and Development Organization
"Women tend to approach agriculture and land ownership from a 'community' rather than a 'commodity' standpoint...We know that targeting women for development has proven time and time again that that development dollar will go further to help a family or a community ...patriarchal systems have socialized men and women differently, thus leading to very different outcomes when it comes to building local food systems or making conservation decisions." Angie Carter and Gabrielle Roesch, PhD students in Sociology and Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University and members of the Women, Food and Agriculture Network (WFAN).