Webinar: Gender, Climate Change, and the Role of Technology

November 18, 2015


This is the second in the “Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA) Webinar Series” on issues that affect gender and climate change, including a special focus on the lead up to, during, and beyond the UNFCCC COP21 in Paris. If you missed the first webinar, you can watch a recording and access the presentations here.

Gender and climate change technologies play a large role in mitigation and adaption to climate change impacts, as well as in climate negotiations, policies and on-the-ground action and community involvement that achieves gender equality and addresses climate change. Gender-responsive practices which center on technologies will be highlighted, as well as how the topics are being featured in the UNFCCC COP21 climate treaty text.

Join us as three special guest panelists present and discuss their work and take questions from you as the live participatory audience.


  • Sabine Bock, Senior Coordinator, Climate Change and Team Director, Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF
  • Katherine Lucey, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Solar Sister 
  • Corinne Hart, Director, Gender and Humanitarian Programs, Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves


  • Vicky Markham, Interim Coordinator, GGCA

For information contact vicky@gender-climate.org