GENDER AND CLIMATE JUSTICE: GOOD PRACTICES TO DEAL WITH CLIMATE CHANGE




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In the blue zone of the UNFCCC COP22 climate summit FEPS, together with the Fondation Jean-Jaurès, and NGOs; Fédération des ligues des droits des femmes (FDLF, Morocco ) TERRE Policy Center, India and La Fondation des Femmes de l’Euro-Méditeranée.

Gender and climate change are deeply linked. Indeed, facing climate change, women are more vulnerable as they are often more concerned by poverty than their counterparts for example. Despite this differentiated impact between men and women in front of climate change and natural disasters, women are being part of the struggle against global warming and implement projects supporting sustainable development. 

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