Global cities will be epicentres of gendered climate insecurity: why we must foreground women in urban climate security policy | The London School of Economics and Political Science


Published: 25Nov2021

November 3, 2021 | As the 26th UN Climate Change Conference takes place in Glasgow, Maryruth Belsey Priebe and Tevvi Bullock ask is there adequate attention to gender in urban-climate-conflict discussions, pledges, and policies? Their blog is evidence of why the gender-climate-security nexus is critical for countries to be better prepared to deal with climate change.

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