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The planet is under threat. From human-caused greenhouse gas emissions to the overexploitation of the earth's natural resources, unsustainable production and consumption patterns pose a risk to all of humanity.

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The report finds that in ruralAfrica, women born during extreme droughts bear the marks throughout their lives, growing up mentally and physically stunted, undernourished and unwell because of crop losses. New data shows that women born during droughts also have less education, fewer earnings, bear more children and are more likely to suffer from domestic violence. 

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STORY HIGHLIGHTS New World Bank report "The Rising Tide: A New Look at Water and Gender" shows how water often reflects, and even reinforces, gender inequality. This report will help those who want to advance social inclusion in water, close gender gaps, and lift those who all too often are left behind or left out.

Gender considerations are relevant to the achievement of the objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in multi-facted ways. This infographic takes a look at how.