Gender and resilience expert blogs
Take two Pacific Island women. Both living on the frontline of climate change. Both have experienced the first-hand destruction of intensifying cyclones. Both acutely aware of the slow-onset impact of climate change including prolonged drought, floods, loss and damage and the intersectional impact of COVID-19 through their work with a network of diverse women leaders and focal points, representing more than 100,000 women from across six Pacific Island countries.