Episode 6 – Gender and Climate Change Policy

Guest: Calais Caswell, Gender Advisor at the Canadian Co-operative Association

About: Climate change affects just about every part of human life, with implications for the way we live, eat, and travel day to day, to exacerbating existing inequalities between different parts of the population. In this episode, our hosts sit down with Calais Caswell to discuss gender disparities in developing countries, especially in rural settings, heightened by climate change.

From Left to Right: Calais Caswell, Mark Haichin, Mel Camaganacan, Mitch Robitaille, Jacqui Ruesga and Jyotsna Venkatesh
From Left to Right: Calais Caswell, Mark Haichin, Mel Camaganacan, Mitch Robitaille, Jacqui Ruesga and Jyotsna Venkatesh

Attributions: 

Music: Double Drift Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Audio clip: Democracy Now, Amy Goodman at COP21 in conversation with Mary Robinson (Former President of Ireland and former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights), retrieved from archive.org

Image courtesy of Neil Palmer (CIAT)

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