Today is day 10 of COP26, and the theme is gender and industry.
Can COP26 become a turning point for gender responsive climate action? Several authors team up in this opinion piece to argue that any meaningful international effort to address climate change must have women and girls at its center.
Advancing gender equality through climate action. Women and girls are more vulnerable to the effects of climate change and pay a higher price. Why? What needs to be fixed?
4 black women leaders on climate, justice, the green ‘Promised Land.’ It’s well documented that black neighborhoods and other communities of color are disproportionately affected by a changing climate, amplifying existing disparities related to race, gender, and class. Read this Q&A with four leading black women activists and scholars in the environmental movement about what this moment means for their communities.
Check back tomorrow for more info on what is being explored at COP26 — and good reads to keep you informed!