Women are more vulnerable to the effects of climate change than men and, at the same time, can be critical agents of adaptation and resilience responses.
In our new podcast episode, we look at the reasons why women are disproportionately affected by climate change, and how investors can benefit from considering both gender and climate factors in their work.
- Marijn Wiersma, Gender Lead, CDC Group
- Tejaswini Raval-Kamat, Vice President, ESG-Impact, EverSource Capital
- Anita Bhatia, Assistant-Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director, UN Women