Women and girls are the most affected by climate change—but they are also key to climate resilience and a thriving future. Only together, can we shape an equitable climate future where the health and wellbeing of all is ensured.
Sono Aibe, Ndola Prata, Meg Brown, Barbara Merz, Karen Weidert, and Jessie Rountree shared their perspectives to strengthen connections between gender equity and climate change solutions.
You can watch the recording featuring lessons, successes, and challenges here:
Women and girls may be the most affected by climate change—but they are also key to climate resilience and a thriving future.
Join us on Monday, April 24th from 12:30-1:30pm PT for an exchange across academia, research, non-profits, and philanthropy exploring the links between health, gender equity, and climate change. Together, we will generate new ideas, share emerging research and work, and build the connections we need to sustain and inspire solutions.