Effects of Climate Change on Women

Citation:

Dimitrov, B. E. George. 2019. "Effects of Climate Change on Women." Research Review International Journal of Multidisciplinary 4 (5): 210-5.

Author: B. E. George Dimitrov

Abstract:

Women hold half of the world population which is considered as one of the largest human resource in the organized and unorganized sectors. Though they share equal population with men they are often considered to be weak and vulnerable. In many circumstances they are often exploited, discriminated in the grounds of gender and their rights are being neglected. Most of the worlds developed and under developed nations has the large disparity of women participation in politics, decision making, policy and advocacy are not yet reached them, instead all the positions are occupied by men. The countries which are highly developed in economy, science and technology do not have proper representation.

Keywords: climate change, women, vulnerability, health

Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender, Health, Political Participation

Year: 2019

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