Keynote speech: Prof. Amanda B. M. Fadigas “A gender view in order to elaborate a legal framework and public policies to face the climate emergency”
Pannel 2. Climate change and gender, a feminist approach
Moderated by Stephanie Victoria Ascencio Serrato (CEDAT-URV)
Raihanatul Jannat (University of Eastern Finland): The relationship between the concepts of gender based adaptation and socio-economic resilience under the transnational climate regime .
María Teresa Alemany Jordan (Universitat de Valencia): Feminist proposals to reduce risk of Gender Based Violence incidence in disaster and climate change context and to address its consequences, supporting victims and ensuring justice.
Gokce Mete and Leonie Reins (Tilburg University), Europe’s energy transition and gender equality: unlocking Europe’s talent and leadership potential in energy and climate through education.
Debate and Q&A