Gender and Climate Change

June 21, 2007 • Gender Equality, News

Greetings from Salt Lake City, where I am speaking at the Rotary International Convention. – Bill Ryerson.

Gender and Climate Change
The UN is formally committed to gender mainstreaming within all United Nations policies and programmes.

In all societies, in all parts of the world, gender equality is not yet realized. Men and women have different roles, responsibilities and decision making powers. This has consequences for the Climate Change process which make it important to integrate gender sensitivity into all mechanisms, policies and measures, and tools and guidelines within the climate debate. This message has been communicated by different individuals and organisations during the past COPs and in several publications.

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This Web site aims to provide a platform for people interested in the issue of gender and climate change and to make the issue more accessible to everyone by providing a discussion list, publications, links and other useful information regarding the topic.

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