"Gender Day" at the UN Climate Change Conference: Why the climate crisis is hitting women and girls harder than men

Extreme weather events such as floods and droughts are becoming more likely as a result of climate change and with every tenth of a degree of global warming.

"Gender Day" at the UN Climate Change Conference: Why the climate crisis is hitting women and girls harder than men

Extreme weather events such as floods and droughts are becoming more likely as a result of climate change and with every tenth of a degree of global warming. In view of the climate crisis, however, the cards between the sexes are unequally mixed: women suffer more from the consequences than men. The grievance affects all situations in life and also affects the probability of surviving in an emergency situation. According to UN Women, women and children are 14 times more likely than men to die in a disaster, such as a flood. Women are therefore warned later, can swim less often and tend to have to look after family members such as children and the elderly when fleeing. All of this reduces your chances.

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