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Women lose most from the climate crisis. How can we empower them?

Gender norms and cultural barriers mean women bear a greater burden in developing countries – and are more vulnerable to climate change. Image: Kasun de Silva

Tharanga Gunawardena

Communications Manager, Room to Read

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