PRE COP27 ANALYSIS: Gender-Responsive Climate Policy on the COP27 Agenda
There is strong evidence to suggest that women are disproportionately affected by the climate crisis. Nonetheless, women are still underrepresented in decision-making processes, and this has had a direct impact on their resilience to climate change. The UNFCCC, and multiple state and non-state actors, have raised attention to this issue for years. It is yet to be determined whether COP27 will be able to foster the sustainable implementation of effective, gender-responsible climate policies. What do you think?
Categories COP27 Tags cop27/current-affairs/CurrentAffairs/genderequality/women