Anticipating the adverse effects of climate change and taking strategic action to prevent or minimise them.
A term to describe people whose gender identity or expression matches the sex they were assigned at birth (as defined by Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice and Mama Cash, see above).
A method that can be used to facilitate participation of citizens in urban and transport planning. A group explores the public space of a neighbourhood and collects information, e.g. on the quality of walking infrastructure such as sidewalks, accessibility of public transport, safety issues etc. See, for example https://participatoryplanning.ca/tools/exploratory-walk.
Refers to roles, behaviours, attributes and opportunities that society considers appropriate for women and men. Genders are socially constructed, learned through socialization processes and vary across culture/societies and change over time.
Refers to equal access to social goods, services and resources and equal opportunities in all spheres of life for all genders.
Refers to the fair allocation of resources, responsibilities and power without discrimination on the basis of gender.
Gender-responsive climate policy
Climate policies that take into account gender specific differences, needs and interests and aim to transform existing gender norms, roles and relations with the ultimate goal of achieving gender equality.
Strategic actions taken in order to reduce the drivers of climate change, i.e. cutting greenhouse gas emissions with the final goal of limiting global warming.