Women should be on the frontlines of climate action
Payne Institute Advisory Board member Nawal Al-Hosany writes an opinion piece about how the world faces both the immediate threats and long-term impact of climate change, and data shows that women and children are already the most affected. Globally, eight in 10 climate refugees are women. And they are exponentially more likely to die in natural disasters. Despite this, women are still too few and far between in the places and roles where they can make a difference in helping chart a clean energy future. March 8, 2021.