1 Million Women


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1 million women are women and girls from every corner of the planet building a lifestyle revolution to fight the climate crisis. We need you. Will you join the movement?

The founder, Natalie Isaacs, was a cosmetics manufacturer, my life was all about over packaging and I thought climate change was someone else problem. She had an epiphany and everything changed. Natalie left behind the over-packaged world of skincare and beauty products, and began building a global movement of women and girls. Her vision was to empower women everywhere to act on climate change through everything we do. Through the way we live, through every choice we make and through using our voices and our vote.

Launched in 2009, 1 Million Women is now a movement of over 950,000+ women and girls (and growing everyday).

The world needs a lifestyle revolution. How we live each day matters. One small action at a time multiplied by millions and millions changes the system.

Never underestimate the power through everyday actions .

Make Your Change acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the Lands on which we live, play, advocate, and activate.  We acknowledge their continuing connection to Country and community, and pay our respect to Elders past and present. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians.  We are committed to honouring their unique cultural, and spiritual relationship to the land, air, waters and seas—as well as their rich contributions to society. We acknowledge the sovereignty, land, and law of First Nations were never ceded—this always was and always will be the Land of First Nations people.


Global warming is not a problem we can compost and recycle our way out of. Join our mailing list to discover how to make your changes and have MASSIVE impact!

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