At the Living Planet Symposium, the prestigious symposium of ESA the European Space Agency, a story-confrontation between astronaut Luca Parmitano and Omar Di Felice, ultracyclist and Ambassador Italian Climate Network, to give evidence of climate change.
When we think of climate change, its most direct effects immediately come to mind: rising sea levels, intense flooding or persistent droughts. However, more and more studies are highlighting how such events cascade additional adverse effects as well. In particular, it is argued that climate change plays a central role in shaping present and future migration flows, leading to the emergence of a new category of migrants: climate refugees.
uring the latest working session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW66), held in New York from March 14-25, 2022, Katy Wiese, Policy Officer at the European Environmental Bureau, brought an additional perspective on the disparate impacts of climate change between men and women by presenting the European: "A Feminist European Green Deal" report.
The 66th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW66) took place last March, with a theme related to climate change: "Achieving gender equality (...) in the context of climate change, environmental and disaster risk reduction policies and programs." With the choice of this theme, an attempt was made to link the traditional work of the Commission, dedicated to the full implementation of the rights of women, girls and children, to the climate issue, which had not yet been officially addressed by this UN body.
Agriculture, is one of the sectors with the greatest impact on land use and the global average balance of greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere, but it is at the same time one of the most promising areas of action for outlining climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies.
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