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Climate change impacts men and women differently because of differences in their traditional roles, societal expectations, and livelihoods. While this is the case, the vulnerability of women from the global south and women from the global north is also different due to different factors such as education levels, levels of income and access to credit and decision making.
In this episode, journalists Malembo Simbano from Tanzania and Mercy Malikwa from Malawi chat with Shirin Choudhary from India, who is an international climate protection fellow at Gender CC (Women for Climate Justice) in Berlin (Germany), on the connection between gender and climate change.