Where are the women?
The climate crisis is at our doorstep and affecting us all. But the perspectives on, and decisions about how to tackle it, have been made mainly by men who speak on behalf of a fraction of the population.
Just 2 out of 12 people in the COP26 UK leadership team are women. Without action, it will take 145.5 years to attain gender parity in politics globally, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report.
SHE Changes Climate’s global mission is to ensure all delegations, for all climate negotiations, have at least a 50% representation of diverse women at their top levels, now and in the future.
We Have The POWER is supporting She Changes Climate to ensure the gender imbalance of decision making at COP26, doesn’t go unnoticed.
Gender Day (9th November), I’ll join She Changes Climate’s panel discussions and interviews at The Pipe Factory, Glasgow.
The day will highlight why women are crucial in climate leadership. We Have The POWER’s Julia Davies will be speaking on how women’s personal finance can create meaningful change, plus helping source sustainable, packaging-free catering from Good Club (Good Club: Sustainable and Zero Waste Groceries Delivered to Your Door) and Ecoeats (ecoeats | zero-emissions delivery).
Find out more at: She Changes Climate.