WCoZ facilitated a multi-stakeholder and highly interactive space for women and stakeholders to dialogue for a more inclusive environment justice on the 31st of May 2023. The platform promoted diversity of voices, representation of women groups, persons with disabilities and ethnic minorities in expressing their voices for a gender-responsive environment governance architecture. The Seminar also captured and presented the diverse voices and those of stakeholders through the development of a Women’s Charter on Environment Governance. The Charter is grounded in the Sustainable Development Goals (2016), in particular SDG 5, 8, 10,12 and 13), which promotes gender equality, economic growth, reduced inequalities, sustainable communities, responsible consumption and climate change. The Charter is also a comprehensive blue-print to guide women’s groups, women’s rights actors, gender experts, stakeholders and partners for an inclusive environment governance outcomes.