The fight against climate change demands gender equitable responses. New research finds that female managers contribute to reductions in corporate carbon emissions
Disasters cost more than money. Women play central roles preparing for and recovering from disasters. They also and bear the true costs.
Movements led by immigrant women are remapping environmental justice.
Gender blindness won’t ensure a just transition to renewable energy.
Addressing the harms of fossil fuel extraction to women of color and Indigenous women will require action at all levels, including governments and financial institutions.
From sub-Saharan Africa to the United States, our changing world demands a new agricultural revolution for women.
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