On the go: how women travel around our city - is a case study on active transport across Sydney. The case study investigates walking and cycling undertaken by women for complex trips across Greater Sydney. Through a participatory methodology, it starts to unpack the key drivers, enabling factors and barriers that are shaping women’s transport choices.
Ten innovative women-led tech solutions working towards a sustainable and greener future were selected as the finalists of Women4Climate Tech Challenge on March 5. Winners will see their solution implemented in Lisbon, Los Angeles, Stockholm and Tel Aviv-Yafo. Check the solutions and the profile of the 10 finalists online!
Climate actions that fail to include all segments of the population also tend to result in widening the inequality gap, where vulnerable populations without access to climate protection are among the first and hardest hit by climate disasters.
The first research report of Women4Climate, realized in partnership with the UCL-City Leadership Lab (London), the University of California (Berkeley) and the Center Virchow-Villermé- La Sorbonne (Paris) will provide city officials with the best information available regarding the gendered impacts of climate change in the urban context and help them consider gender-specific solutions in climate action planning to implement inclusive climate action strategies.