Gender Inequality

Gender equity and climate change have more in common than you think

A flood victim stands at her family's tent in a flood relief camp in Charsadda, Pakistan's northwest Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province September 9, 2010.

Among those displaced by climate change, 80% are women Image: REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl

Katica Roy
CEO and Founder, Pipeline Equity
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Closing the gender gap in politics could improve the health of the planet
Closing the gender gap in politics could improve the health of the planet Image: World Economic Forum Global Gender Gap Index, 2020

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