Gender equality is central to the SDGs. Here’s how can we address the gender disparity in climate entrepreneurship.
Video: Climate-smart healthcare for a healthier planet
At COP26 this year we launched the Futures Labs, a series of events to drive systems change for the future. The Labs are focused across six cross-cutting themes, one of which is health. In the health lab, we are reimagining healthcare.
We envisage a future of universally accessible climate-smart healthcare, where we have lowered emissions from the healthcare sector and improved both quality and delivery of healthcare. To build this future, we need multilateral sharing across the development divides to further enhance the innovation and technology we are already seeing today.
Watch the video below and discover what climate-smart healthcare looks like:
We need to recognize the contributions of women as decision makers, stakeholders, educators, and experts across borders and sectors to drive long-term solutions. It’s time we realize women are the missing piece in our global efforts to protect and regenerate our planet, argues Mariah Levin & Gwendoline de Ganay, World Economic Forum.
Fifty years ago, humans took the first full photo of Earth from space – the climate crisis means it’s time for another
“Seen side by side, these two Blue Marbles, taken half a century apart, would bring home the consequences of climate change wordlessly, instantly and globally.” Robert Poole, Professor of History, University of Central Lancashire explains why we need a fresh perspective.
“We cannot afford to leave women out of leadership now that we need to achieve significant systems change”
“We clearly have a different problem, a leadership problem, that is now causing us to not move forward on the rescue of our ecosystems. When analysing the leadership structures of COPs since their inception, it becomes very clear, that the missing element from these conferences have been women.” Bianca Pitt, Co Founder, SHE Changes Climate.