Women, girls, and gender-diverse groups—especially those living in poverty—face devastating threats to their livelihoods due to the climate crisis.
Gender data is a challenge to environmentalists—it can be difficult to collect, it requires dedicated financing, and for many years, there was no clear space that brought people and resources together to address it.
This was until the Gender and Environment Data Alliance (GEDA) formed to advance gender-just climate action. Formed by the Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO) and International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the group brings together a coalition of diverse multi-stakeholder partners to improve accessibility, understanding and application of gender-environment data.
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