New York, April 20, 2010 — A recent article by Thalif Deen from IPS/Terra Viva (March 9) discusses the gender differentiated impacts of climate change and the inequalities that make women already more vulnerable in many cases. The article also underscores the importance of women’s participation in decision-making processes and of continued progress in gender equality in education and employment among other areas.

The full article, “Famine Marriages” Just One Byproduct of Climate Change, is available through the Interpress News Agency (

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