At COP28 in Dubai in November-December 2023, governments will negotiate a political statement and commitment to further action on 'just transitions': how transitions to low-carbon economies can provide decent, secure employment for millions of workers. Sign this call to action for gender-just, low-carbon economies, to raise the profile of women's empowerment as a critical consideration for the climate talks and COP28 decision.
This report for the GLOW programme reviews the evidence on women's economic empowerment in low-carbon transitions. It identifies the gaps in the evidence base; and recommends how GLOW and other research initiatives and funders may further enrich the evidence, and inform policy and practice.
Spending plans for Covid-19 economic recovery provide a major opportunity to promote gender equality and environmental sustainability.
This project aims to improve the economic empowerment of women involved in the horticultural value chain by providing evidence for the benefits of women’s access to and control of solar-powered irrigation systems.
This initiative seeks to synthesise knowledge from across the programme, support peer learning among the projects and engage relevant international audiences with the findings.