Embedding inclusion in climate action Lessons from the UK PACT Green Recovery Challenge Fund Portfolio

Climate change disproportionately affects groups of disadvantaged people. These groups often have less opportunity to drive change as a result of pre-existing societal and cultural inequalities. Solutions to climate change must consider these social dynamics, and deliver gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) responsive activities.

Authors

Gibson K,Sloane J, Perera N, Rahim S, Girotto V

Publication year

2024

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