This study presents an overview of the situation within the EU with regard to the way energy poverty is experienced by women and men and explores through a gender lens existing EU legislation and policy to address energy poverty.
This note provides an overview of a pilot project undertaken in 2016 to build the capacity of developing country Parties
to integrate gender into their revised national biodiversity strategies and action plans (NBSAPs).
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.
Indigenous women in the Americans often remain left out of conversations regarding extractive industries despite being disproportionately affected by their presence. This toolkit serves to educate indigenous women about the ways in which they can engage with the Inter-American human rights framework and boost advocacy.
Sustainable development can only be achieved through long-term investments in economic, human and environmental capital. At present, the female half of the world’s human capital is undervalued and underutilised the world over. This report is a cross-cutting work on gender that aims to increase understanding of the role of women in maintaining the pillars of sustainable development.
This factsheet explores the gendered aspects of renewable energy and explains the involvement of genanet–focal point gender justice and sustainability–in this field.