How to advance gender equality in climate change response
Climate change disproportionately affects women youth and Indigenous peoples Yet while 45 of the COP26 team are now women almost all of the senior publicfacing roles are taken by men despite the fact that in certain countries only 56 of men consider climate change a serious problem against 83 of women In 2021 an estimated four million young people took to the streets across the world demonstrating an unprecedented level of leadership in tackling the climate crisis
Interview with Emanuela Gregorio, Economist and Coordinator of Fashionomics Africa
Partner of the Biennale of Luanda Fashionomics Africa is an initiative of the African Development Bank that aims to increase Africas participation in the global textile and fashion industry value chain
Ethical fashion: A rising trend or empty rhetoric?
Driven by the awareness of a growing number of consumers the fashion industry is trying with varying degrees of sincerity to be more virtuous and more sustainable But in spite of initiatives to improve recycling promote exchanges and the range of rental options on offer progress to make this highly polluting sector go green remains modest