Why climate change is sexist

Climate change is a universal issue, but those who are suffering the most are also those who have contributed the least to the problem. Women and girls are already paying the high price of global inaction, doing their best to survive and adapt to climate change because their lives and their families depend on it. This article from the Natural History Museum in the United Kingdom interviews Dr. Mayesha Alam, senior fellow at the United Nations University Center for Policy Research, on the disproportionate impact of climate change on women and girls, including in relation to various forms of gender-based violence, presenting some data a good practices.