Wednesday 24th of February 2016. Part II: Concrete Guidance on Integrating Gender into Climate Action
14:00 – 17:00 CET
Part II of our e-discussion focuses on concrete (disciplinary specific) challenges for incorporating a gender perspective into research dealing with climate action, the environment, resource efficiency and raw materials. In addition, practical examples from the field will give guidance and illustrate the potential benefits in terms of research excellence. What are good examples of a productive incorporation of gender into climate research? What are the priorities regarding gender and the environment on different policy levels such as the European Commission but also globally such as the UN? What are the most serious obstacles that prevent a thorough consideration of gender and climate action and how can these be overcome?