A gender-sensitive approach to climate finance: Why does it matter? Who does it benefit? How do we get there?

When: Friday, March 22nd at 9:30am EDT, 13:30 GMT
Where: Hashtag #shesparks & @GGCA_Gender on Twitter
Who: Leading Gender and Climate Change experts + YOU

Join us to discuss lessons learned and challenges faced in implementing a gender-sensitive approach to climate finance. In particular, we will identify key opportunities for progress in 2013.

To participate, simply log into Twitter and head to @GGCA_Gender to ask your question. To ensure we don’t miss your question, be sure to include the hashtag #shesparks in your tweet. Discussion highlights will be posted to http://www.gender-climate.org.

Sample Tweets
Why is a gender sensitive approach to climate finance important? Join @GGCA_gender on 22 March 13:30GMT w #shesparks http://ow.ly/iA3uR

Work on gender & climate finance? Collaborate w @GGCA_gender members & experts 22 March 13:30GMT with #shesparks http://ow.ly/iA3uR

Want to learn about linkages between gender & climate finance? Join @GGCA_gender 22 March 13:30GMT w #shesparks http://ow.ly/iA3uR

A gender sensitive approach to climate finance: WHO benefits? Join @GGCA_gender 22 March 13:30GMT w #shesparks http://ow.ly/iA3uR

On 22 March Climate Finance Experts and the Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA) take your questions during a 1-hour Twitter Q&A session on how to advance a gender sensitive approach to climate finance. Join the conversation with @GGCA_gender via Twitter using the hashtag #shesparks.  For more information, please see http://gender-climate.org/Events/GGCA-Twitter-Chat.php

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