Let your Voice Be Heard

United Nations Conference on Environment and D...

United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (Photo credit: United Nations Photo)

There’s still time for your voice to reach world leaders at this year’s Word Pulse Rio+20 UN Conference! Word Pulse is collecting community testimonials about sustainable development and its impact on women’s lives between now and June 3.

Does your livelihood suffer from the effects of climate change?

Does lack of sanitation services affect your health and community?

Is your economy affected by environmental degradation?

Are women in your community leading the charge for sustainable development projects?

Tell Word Pulse! Submit your voice by June 3, 2012 for a chance to be published and to ensure that your voice is heard.

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