Supporting Women To Solve Our Big Environmental Challenges

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It’s a textbook case of the tragedy of the commons: farmers, municipalities, and water and electric companies around the world have freely drawn water from local rivers. Over time, residents are finding their water quantity and quality degraded because of these many unchecked demands on the watershed. Places like West […]

Mark Aldiss‘s insight:

"“In countries with problematic gender inequality issues, the institutionalized suppression of intellectual, experiential, and other climate-resilience-building resources that women possess amount to about 50 percent of untapped potential (i.e. half the population).”"

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