WOMEN, GENDER EQUALITY, AND CLIMATE CHANGE

WOMEN, GENDER EQUALITY, AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Identified by changes in temperature, precipitation, winds, and other indicators, climate change is often referred to as a long-term shift in weather conditions (Government of Canada, 2015). According to the Government of Canada (2015), climate change can involve both changes in average conditions, as well as, changes in variability such as extreme events. While existing literature focuses on the economic consequences of climate change, additional attention is required on the social impacts of this Continue reading “WOMEN, GENDER EQUALITY, AND CLIMATE CHANGE”