Mexico

Who owns the Earth: Why the world needs women on Earth Day and beyond

Who owns the Earth: Why the world needs women on Earth Day and beyond April 22, 2016 Representing a scientific environmental organization focused on valuing and conserving nature, we are often asked why the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has had a Global Gender Office for more than 20 years and why women’s […]

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Beyond the birds and the bees: Recognizing the fundamental link between women and biodiversity on International Women’s Day

Beyond the birds and the bees: Recognizing the fundamental link between women and biodiversity on International Women’s Day March 8 is International Women’s Day—a time to stop, reflect, appreciate and champion women around the globe. Women are leaders, professors, engineers and farmers, they are core to human existence. Women also make up make up significant […]

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GGO participates in gender & biodiversity workshop in Mexico

GGO participates in gender & biodiversity workshop in Mexico For three days in February, IUCN’s Global Gender Office (GGO) joined with over 65 women and men to work discuss gender and biodiversity in Mexico. The workshop convened to share experiences and provide input into the development of a gender-responsive National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan […]

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Rural Women Participate in Mexico’s Elaboration of the National REDD+ Strategy

Rural Women Participate in Mexico’s Elaboration of the National REDD+ Strategy Last Friday, September 18, in Mexico City, more than a 100 women from rural areas participated in the consultation forum for the National Strategy for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (ENAREDD+). Through this construction process, ENAREDD+ expects to incorporate a gender perspective and to […]

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