Climate Change

  • Climate change and its inequitable impacts on women

    Climate change and its inequitable impacts on women

    This article has previously been published in Ananke's Special Edition celebrating the Day of the Girl and can be viewed here. The special edition was part of Ananke's groundbreaking digital Girl Summit, which also included a session with Sara Hayat on the topic of climate change and its impact...
  • Regional Climate Weeks to Drive Forward Climate Action in 2021 and 2022

    Regional Climate Weeks to Drive Forward Climate Action in 2021 and 2022

    February  1st, 2021, (UN Climate Change News): The UN Climate Change Secretariat today announced Regional Climate Weeks in 2021 and 2022, key meetings that will help build regional momentum for the annual UN Climate Change Conferences and drive forward regional implementation of the Paris Climate Change Agreement. The Regional Climate...
  • protest about climate change

    Burning Planet: Climate Fires and Political Flame Wars Rage

    January 15th, 2020, London (United Kingdom): Economic and political polarization will rise this year, as collaboration between world leaders, businesses and policy-makers is needed more than ever to stop severe threats to our climate, environment, public health and technology systems. This points to a clear need for a multistakeholder...
  • Geopolitical fractures, economic uncertainties, climate change impediments to sustainable development in the MENA

    April 4th, 2019, Dead Sea (Jordan):Business leaders in the Middle East and North Africa view economic and governance issues as the primary risk in the region, but may underestimate the risk of climate change. That is the finding of a new analysis of regional risks by the World Economic...
  • Under-Employed, Under-Inclusive and Under Threat: the World in 2017

    The Global Risks Report 2017 developed by the World Economic Forum with the support of Zurich Insurance Group (Zurich) and Marsh & McLennan Companies, found economic inequality, societal polarisation and intensifying environmental dangers are the top three trends that will shape global developments over the next ten years. The report found...
  • That pot on her head

    She hurries up the ridge, with her fifteen-year-old pot balanced precariously on her head. The pot was a wedding gift from her “mama”. The older women said she would need it to feed her family; they were right, as the brown pot had been her companion ever since. It...
  • Adolescent Girls: Catalysts of Change

    The impact of climate change on gender can hardly be ignored. Realizing the stakes, countries, NGOs and scientists the world over are now coming together in not only putting an emphasis on adapting to the impact of climate change but also in striving to develop solutions to the issue...
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