This webinar was held on 27 May 2021, to learn more about gender and climate change linkages, and how data and evidence can and must inform robust climate action, access video recordings in English, French and Spanish.
Building climate resilience for all requires gender-responsive policy-making, programming, and practice that deeply understands inequities and empowers diverse people as change agents. Sex-disaggregated and gender data is crucial to understanding diverse people’s “lived realities” and to forging effective, efficient, equitable, and sustainable solutions to the climate crisis – from grassroots to global policy spheres.
See the recording in Spanish
See the recording in French
Advancing Gender in the Environment (AGENT)is a collaboration between the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to increase the effectiveness of environment programming through the robust integration of gender considerations, while improving gender equality and women’s empowerment outcomes.