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UN Women

Ruth Spencer, GEF/SGP National Coordinator from Antigua connects with people everywhere she goes-in the market, in church, at the parking lot or in the halls of the United Nations. She builds networks and capacity of local community groups through education, training, resource mobilization.

UN Women

Milena Zindovic is an urban planner and gender expert and member of the Association of Women Architects in Serbia. Zindovic, with the support of UN Women studied current waste management practices in Serbian households to understand the role of women in both waste creation and management. The study will be used by UN Women to create targeted campaigns to raise awareness of waste management and climate action among women and their communities.

FAO

Men and women often have different roles and responsibilities in society and therefore experience climate change impacts in different ways. This video shows what Colombia, Uganda and Viet Nam are doing to develop gender-responsive national adaptation plans for the agriculture sectors.

Bakirova Kyzdarkan,  as  a  member  of  Water  Users  Association  Conflict  Resolution  Committee,  is  checking  the  installation  of  the  water  measurement  tool
UN Women

Bakirova Kyzdarkan is one of 124 women who have been elected to local water user councils across Kyrgystan, where water scarcity is threatening the livelihoods of many.

UNDP

A new United Nations initiative, aimed at building the resilience of a million women and youth in the Sahel to climate impacts through smart agriculture, was launched today at the One Planet Summit. The launch coincides with a gathering of world leaders in the French capital to mark the anniversary of the landmark Paris Climate Change Agreement.

 

UN Women

As the hurricane season ends in the Caribbean, and three months since Hurricane Irma caused the entire island of Barbuda to evacuate, Farmala Jacobs, Acting Executive Director of the Directorate of Gender Affairs of Antigua and Barbuda says the devastating hurricanes across the Caribbean this year

 

UN Women

Member States at the annual Conference of the Parties (COP23), convening from 6 - 17 November 2017 in Bonn, Germany, have today adopted a new roadmap to incorporate gender equality and women's empowerment in climate change discourse and actions.

UNDP

Gender Day Announcement at COP 23 in Bonn, Germany

UN Women

A changing climate poses risks for all of humanity. However, for women and girls in particular, many of whom spend a disproportionate amount of time searching for food, fuel and water, or struggling to grow crops the differentiated impact is tremendous. In fact, when disasters strike, women are more

UN Women

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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