Supporting Women’s Organizations And Movements: A Strategic Approach To Climate Action

February 25, 2020

Announcing the launch of our brand new report, co-authored by Nobel Women’s InitiativeSupporting Women’s Organizations and Movements: A Strategic Approach to Climate Action.

Women and girls are disproportionately affected by climate crisis, yet they are systematically underrepresented in formal talks. This has to change. Canada can play a leadership role in closing this gap. And it starts with funding, listening, building the capacity, and expanding the influence of grassroots women’s organizations and movements.

Read the report to find out how a more integrated, feminist approach to the climate crisis could actually save the planet.

 

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