WOMEN AND ENVIRONMENT

Mainstream gender in climate change

Patriarchal social norms deny women the opportunity to contribute equally to climate change

In Summary

• The fact that women in developing countries experience low  economic, social, and political status mean they are more vulnerable to crises compared to men.

• It is, therefore, necessary to include women in climate change negotiations to achieve greater gender equality

Gender is susceptible to climate risks, and a key factor to consider in developing effective policy responses to climate change mitigation.

In recent years, there have been several efforts to ...

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