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Climate Parliament talks gender inclusion to Sustainable Views

This year’s COP also saw the launch of a “gender-responsive just transitions and climate action partnership”, which focuses on getting better data for transition planning, increasing finance and boosting green skills. Implementation of the initiative, which was endorsed by more than 60countries, is set for COP31.

Lucy Pearson, executive director of international network the Climate Parliament, said the partnership emphasises the intrinsic link between a just transition and the promotion of gender equality.

“As we work towards improving universal energy access to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 7, we need to look at how women are marginalised in access and use of energy, and to comprehend the associated social, economic and health consequences,” she told Sustainable Views.

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COP28 review _ gender progress in climate action continues to be slow _ SustainableViews
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