In most parts of the world, women play a major role in agricultural production, a critical component of food security – women farmers bring to bear valuable knowledge in seed selection, vegetative propagation and the reproduction of plants and animals. A growing body of evidence in international development establishes that gender equality at the household and community levels leads to superior agricultural and development outcomes, including increases in farm productivity and improvements in family nutrition.
“Energy efficiency as a means to improve women’s lives” is the third in the AGENT Energy series of webinars.
This report outlines the value of big data for monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in relation to women.
This working paper explores the extent to which the two agendas are aligned in a concrete way by identifying examples of climate actions in the INDCs that have the potential to generate mutual benefits with the SDGs.
La Plataforma de Información sobre Género y Ambiente de la Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza (UICN) tiene por objetivo transmitir–a través de base de datos y análisis– el valor de un desarrollo sostenible y conservación género-responsiva. Al proporcionar nuevos productos de información y conocimiento basados en evidencia, la Plataforma EGI orienta la […]
This Strategic Framework for Results (2016-21) aims to provide strategic direction to the Sustainable Energy for All platform and its partners that operate on a global basis. It focuses on how to move further, faster in the coming five years towards the delivery of SEforALL’s three, 2030 objectives: Ensure universal access to modern energy services […]
La EGEDS-PY incluye información y datos que orientan el cumplimiento de los ODS.
This webinar recording, “Gender dimensions of renewable energy financing” is part of the GECCO Energy Webinar Series.
Although the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are intended to be universal, the discussion of SDGs within the context of developed countries has largely been absent. To address this, this report introduces assessment tool for developed countries to identify top priority SDG targets, based on a set of criteria that include applicability, implementability and transformationalism.