We marched with approximately 70,000 people calling for solidarity on gender justice. We believe that our work in climate justice will not be fulfilled without achieving a just, inclusive and equitable world.
What does a cuddly pocket monster have to do with the call for the Japanese government to act as a climate leader and to divest from the use of dirty energy? Read on before you raise your eyebrow at this thought or try to figure out the links of such symbols.
Recent developments in the global climate struggle, has taught us that there is a need to seize opportunities to encourage others to join the interconnected global community engaged in dialogue, struggle and resource sharing that generates real solutions to the climate crisis.
Women must engage in planning the transition to a low-carbon and sustainable economy and take it as an opportunity to address existing inequalities, secure rights at work and advance women’s empowerment. Just Transition can serve as a vehicle to further gender equality.