Incorporating a gender perspective in all climate change
policies and initiatives is critical to solving the climate crisis.
UNFCCC COP20 Dec 1-12, 2014
A strong contingent of GGCA members and partners will be present in Lima championing gender equality as a key element of the new climate agreement. From trainings to interventions to stakeholder engagements and beyond, each organization plays an integral part in building the foundation for advancing the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of gender-sensitive climate change policies and actions at all levels. -- Read More >
Gender and Community Forests in a Changing Landscape: Lessons From Ban Thung Yao, Thailand - Download >

Fact Sheet: Exposing Gender Gaps in Financing Climate Change Mitigation – and Proposing Solutions - Download >

Flood early warning systems in Nepal: a gendered perspective - Download >

How to integrate gender into sustainable development? - Download >

On the road to Lima, what is the status of gender equality in current UNFCCC decisions? - Download >

Gender and Inclusion Toolbox: Participatory Research in Climate Change and Agriculture - Download >

Thanks to the generous support from the Government of Finland, GGCA works to ensure that climate change policies, decision making, and initiatives at the global, regional, and national levels are gender responsive. Our Steering Committee is led by: Twitter LogoFollow GGCA
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