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Currently— March 9th 2022

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Happy International Women’s Day! Today, we take time to celebrate and acknowledge the work of women fighting on the frontlines of the climate emergency. Women are leading transformative change in our communities around the globe.
As with almost all inequalities, gender inequality is exasperated by the climate crisis. A recent UN program revealed that 80 percent of those displaced by the climate crisis are female. Currently’s Zaria Howell wrote a story for 19th News about how natural disasters disproportionately affect women. Yessenia Funes wrote in Atmos about how trans women’s safety is put at a greater risk because of the climate emergency.
These are just a few examples of why women— particularly women from diverse and marginalized backgrounds— are essential in the climate fight. We need the perspectives of those most impacted by climate change to lead us into a just and sustainable future. 
Here are a few voices and stories to follow and support today.
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This #InternationalWomensDay, we must recognise that climate change is not gender neutral 👩

We asked female climate leaders around the world for their messages 🧵 #IWD
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