Climate change has a greater impact on those sections of the population, in all countries, that are most reliant on natural resources for their livelihoods and/or who have the least capacity to respond to natural hazards, such as droughts, landslides, floods and hurricanes. Women commonly face higher risks and greater burdens from the impacts of climate change in situations of poverty, and the majority of the world’s poor are women. Women’s unequal participation in decision-making processes and labor markets compound inequalities and often prevent women from fully contributing to climate-related planning, policy-making and implementation.
To discuss gender justice in climate, we invite you to the webinar “Climate Change and Gender Justice”, as а part of the series of seminars “Climate Dialogues 2022”.
A very interactive workshop where participants will have an opportunity to develop definitions and notions of gender justice/ feminism and what gender justice means.
Speakers: Maria Suma, expert on gender justice and ecofeminism
Time: 08:00 am GMT
The registration form at the link bit.ly/3BIbJeF