New York, May 3rd, 2012

The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) has published a report  on gender equality and climate change which covers all the European Union Member States and provides comparable data on the European Union level. See

The findings demonstrate that women’s involvement in climate change decision-making at national, European and international levels is still low. Therefore, EIGE introduces the first EU indicators in the area K: Women and the Environment of the Beijing Platform for Action to support the policy makers in enhancing equality and improving the climate change policies.

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