Official UNEA 6 Online Side Event: Inclusive Pathways: Advancing Gender and Indigenous Perspectives in Multilateral Environmental Cooperation for a Sustainable Future for All
Details of the official UNEA 6 side event co-led by Women4Biodiversity with other organisations.
Join Our Team! Position open for ‘Research and Policy Support for Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Monitoring Framework’
This is a vacancy announcement for the position, ‘Research and Policy Support for Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Monitoring Framework’.
World Wetlands Day 2024: Valeria Inés Enderle on Exploring Wetland Conservation Challenges Through a Gender Perspective
An Interview with Valeria Inés Enderle, Executive Director of Fundación CAUCE on wetland conservation and the need to recognise women’s roles in the conservation process.
Understanding the Intersectionality: Edda Fernández Luiselli on Women’s Struggles and Environmental Challenges
A short interiew with Edda Fernández Luiselli, Senior Policy Adviser of Avaaz on the intersectionality of women’s struggles and environmental challenges.
A blog by Charlotte (Lotty) Clare from Karen Environmental Social Action Network (KESAN )on Karen women’s understanding and contribution of the delicate ecosystem balance in Salween Peace Park, Myanmar
Women’s Participation in Ecosystem Restoration Workshop for Achieving Target 2 on Habitat Degradation
TEXT BY Alejandra Duarte, Policy Intern at Women4Biodiversity Target 2: 30% of degraded areas are under effective restorationEnsure that by 2030 at least 30 per cent of areas of degraded terrestrial, inland water, and marine and coastal ecosystems are under effective restoration, in order to… Read More »Women’s Participation in Ecosystem Restoration Workshop for Achieving Target 2 on Habitat Degradation
Un court billet de Rose Pelagie Masso et Blondine Benga de REFACOF, Cameroun, sur leur visite d’échange régional dans la forêt de Kamatira à West Pokot, Kenya.
A personal reflection on the 12th meeting of the Ad Hoc Open-ended Intersessional Working Group on Article 8(j) by Sunita Kwangta.