Publication / 4 november 2022

Gender-just climate solutions: Opportunities for upscaling. Sustainable management of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve

Around the world, women in all their diversity are playing a leading role in implementing effective and sustainable measures to adapt to and mitigate climate change. Their practices bring together Indigenous, local and scientific knowledge; centre care and well-being for both people and planet; ensure the leadership and participation of women at all levels of decision-making, and prioritise an intersectional feminist and human rights-based approach. More recognition, political support and funding is urgently needed for women-led, participatory efforts to measure climate impacts, and to upscale and expand gender-just climate solutions.

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