The Hunger · Nutrition · Climate Justice Conference took place in Dublin Castle from 15-16 April 2013, during Ireland’s Presidency of the EU.
Given existing gender inequalities and development gaps, climate change ultimately places a greater burden on women, because the societal and cultural roles and responsibilities made on them by families and communities are very different.
The Troika+ of Women Leaders on Gender and Climate Change is a network of women leaders and supportive men committed to working together on gender and climate change, consisting of more than 55 high profile women leaders including women Ministers, deputy Ministers and senior women leaders from various international organisations.
The Many Faces of Climate Justice is a collection of commissioned papers exploring and bringing to life the Principles of Climate Justice
The Climate Justice Dialogue, an initiative of the Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice and the World Resources Institute, aims to mobilise political will and creative thinking to shape an ambitious and just international climate agreement in 2015.
This is an information resource that explains the United Nations climate change negotiations process.