The world need pandemic solutions that don’t ignore the 4 billion women who are too often sidelined in environmental rehabilitation. Photo: Shutterstock The world need pandemic solutions that don’t ignore the 4 billion women who are too often sidelined in environmental rehabilitation. Photo: Shutterstock
The world need pandemic solutions that don’t ignore the 4 billion women who are too often sidelined in environmental rehabilitation. Photo: Shutterstock
Mohammad Naciri
Opinion

Opinion

Mohammad Naciri, Dechen Tsering and Åsa Hedén

Why women should be at the forefront of world’s sustainable Covid-19 recovery

  • The pandemic has created a once-in-a-lifetime chance for governments to reimagine sustainability, restore ecosystems and rethink the role of women
  • We need those in charge to seize this opportunity. After all, the problems of a degrading planet are a job for all of us, not half of us

The world need pandemic solutions that don’t ignore the 4 billion women who are too often sidelined in environmental rehabilitation. Photo: Shutterstock The world need pandemic solutions that don’t ignore the 4 billion women who are too often sidelined in environmental rehabilitation. Photo: Shutterstock
The world need pandemic solutions that don’t ignore the 4 billion women who are too often sidelined in environmental rehabilitation. Photo: Shutterstock
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Mohammad Naciri

Mohammad Naciri

Mohammad Naciri is the Regional Director of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women for Asia and the Pacific

Dechen Tsering

Dechen Tsering

Dechen Tsering is Regional Director of the UN Environment Programme in Asia and the Pacific.

Åsa Hedén

Åsa Hedén

Åsa Hedén is Head of Regional Development Cooperation Asia and the Pacific, Sweden.