Education, Skills and Learning

Bold climate action could create millions of jobs - but we need to make sure women benefit too

Women should be encouraged to study STEM subjects from an early age. Image: REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

Ayushi Trivedi

Research Analyst, World Resources Institute

Ginette Walls

Intern, Climate Action & Data Outreach, World Resources Institute

Rachel Spiegel

Communications Coordinator, New Climate Economy, World Resources Institute


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