UN Women, discuss how last year’s breakthrough decision on gender and climate change is being implemented at COP 19 so far.
Representatives from GenderCC - Women for Climate Justice highlight the need for a multi-dimensional approach to low carbon development, with a focus on gender sensitive strategies.
Rachel Harris from WEDO presents the findings of a new report on the linkages between gender equality and mitigation finance, and highlights examples of best practice
Nathalie Eddy from the Global Gender and Climate Alliance summarises key outcomes from the COP 19 in-session gender workshop held last week
The UNDP Gender Team introduce a set of knowledge products intended to support the design and implementation of gender sensitive climate change policy and programmes
Girl Guide Kathleen Coulter explains that ending gender inequalities will empower a massive population with the tools to fight climate change
Nidhi Tandon from Networked Intelligence for Development describes the benefits of policies which take advantage of the inherent connection between female food producers and climate change.
IUCN’s Global Gender Office explain that a new gender and climate index is revealing new data on how nations are translating gender and environment mandates into national policy and planning.
Cristina Tirado from the University of California-Los Angeles School of Public Health, emphasises the need to address the synergies between gender, health, nutrition and environmental objectives in the Post-2015 Development Agenda
With a focus on the MENA region, the Environmental Citizenship Program of Bahrain Women Association - for Human Development highlights the importance of including women in policy formulation.
Writers from the Youth Press Agency, Italy and Vitae Civilis, Brazil provide reflections from the first day of the second week of COP 19, discussing fossil fuel subsidies and the host country’s addiction to coal.