Gender inequality merits greater attention in climate decisions: panel

  LIMA, Peru—Scientists and indigenous leaders at a gender session at the Global Landscapes Forum—on the sidelines of the annual UNFCCC climate change conference in Lima, Peru—stressed the need to consider how climate change might affect men and women differently, and to incorporate gender into studies of both mitigation and adaptation. “Power relations determine experiences,... Read more

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