The Brazilian Marcha das Margaridas, a national protest march led by women’s organizations within rural unions, in alliance with other movements, has brought between 20,000 and 100,000 women to Brasilia six times since 2000. The Margaridas have worked on a political agenda for broad political and social transformations. Environmental issues have been always present in their struggles and demands and, more recently, climate change. Based on our long-standing research with the Marcha das Margaridas in Brazil, we address how they have framed climate change and climate politics within their broader agrarian environmental struggles?