Cancun, Mexico– Short piece in Outreach (Daily newsletter from Stakeholder Forum at COP16) by Gail Karlsson, ENERGIA Senior Policy Advisor, with contributions from Cate Owren, WEDO Program Director, Ana Rojas, ENERGIA International Secretariat, & Rachel Harris, WEDO Advocacy And Outreach Coordinator.

Gender, Energy Technologies and Climate Change“- Women in developing countries are already facing many challenges, especially those who are living in poverty and/or dependent on small-scale agriculture and collection of water and fuel from their local environment to meet their daily needs. In many cases they lack even basic technologies like lights, stoves, grinders and pumps that could ease their daily household burdens, or any modern equipment that could provide opportunities for sustainable livelihoods… Read More

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