Gender equality is critical to improving the environment and fighting for climate justice.
Investing in girls and women creates a ripple effect that yields multiple benefits, not only for individual women, but also for families, communities, and countries. Evidence suggests that when women are included in climate change mitigation, they will prioritize clean air, safe drinking water, sufficient food, and secure shelter for future generations.Download the Infographic
Women Deliver Young Leader and Country Operations Manager at Raleigh International Nepal, an International Sustainable Development Organization, Jyotir Nisha and the 48th President of Costa Rica, H.E. Carlos Alvarado Quesada discuss the links between climate change and gender equality, reinforcing the need to position young people, particularly girls and women, at the heart of decision making to power progress for all.