How can gender equality drive climate action?
Research on the environmental impact of individuals’ consumption patterns shows that socio-demographic factors such as sex, income and ethnicity have great explanatory value. A research named “Climate, Gender, and Consumption”, by the Nordic Information on Gender (NIKK), revealed and challenged gender stereotypes in relation to consumption and lifestyles.
The gender aspect of climate and sustainability has not been widely discussed in Lithuania. Therefor this Nordic Talks will be one of the first and aspires to open up the dialogue to build better understanding, and even encourage to rethink our everyday choices.
The time of the event is: 13:40 (EEST)