Climate Change and Women

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Climate Change and Women

Global warming will inflict far more suffering on women than men because they are more vulnerable to the floods, droughts and diseases that are expected to increase as the climate changes, leading academics have warned.

Nearly 3,000 women across the world are calling on political leaders to put women’s vulnerability to global warming at the centre of their action to tackle climate change – ahead of a key United Nations summit in Paris in December, which aims to reach an agreement on how best to tackle global warming.

Women are disproportionately affected by climate change. It is increasingly evident that involving women and men in all decision-making on climate action is a significant factor in meeting the climate challenge.

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