The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report has made clear the rapidly narrowing opportunity to enable climate resilient development. To create a different future, we must work differently, integrating across sectors, seeking synergy between climate and development actions, and highlighting diverse knowledge and innovation—especially from women and girls.
Women and girls may be the most affected by climate change—but they are also key to climate resilience and a thriving future.
This event was presented by U.C. Berkeley Bixby Center in collaboration with Pathfinder International.
This is Bhavya Joshi's research presentation for Bixby Center. Bhavya is a second year student in the DrPH Program at the School of Public Health , UC Berkeley. She was one of Bixby Center's Summer Internship recipients in 2022. Her work centered on the issues of sexual and reproductive health in the refugee areas of Croatia.
Perceptions of empowerment of birthing people in the San Francisco Bay Area: survey methods review