Is toxic masculinity driving climate change? These artists think so

A seagull flies above the skyline of the City of London April 2, 2014.  Britain's Meteorological Office forecast that London would be affected by smog this week, caused by powerful dust storms and strong winds in the Sahara.    REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) - LM1EA421BE701

Toxic masculinity is bad for the environment. Image: REUTERS/Olivia Harris

Sonia Elks
Journalist, Reuters
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Works by artists Laura Jordan Bambach and Maisie May Plumstead are seen at the 'Man Made Disaster' exhibition organised by non-profit group Do The Green Thing, in east London, Britain, April 25, 2019. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Morgane Mounier
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