Copenhagen, December 8—Women will continue to advocate in Copenhagen, Denmark this week in order to secure gender references in the final outcome document of the international climate change meeting (COP-15).

““Collectively, I believe that we can avert the worst affects of climate change,” Essed-Fernandes added. “Together, we can find ways of adapting and mitigating its effects. We are just getting started in our efforts to develop equitable climate change policies that will benefit those who are most vulnerable—primarily women. ”

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WEDO COP 15 Media Advisory Dec-8

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