VILNIUS - Gender equality experts say women are more environmentally conscious than men and should be given a stronger voice in climate change policy- making.
"We see that when it comes to the decision-making, you hardly see any women in the process. Look at the screenshots of the television, look at what you see in the media: it's men, mainly men, talking about the climate change and how to fight it," Carlien Scheele, the director of the Vilnius-based European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE), told BNS.
"But women are...
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