Gender and Environment

The Gender and Environment desk at The Gender Security Project examines contemporary environmental challenges through a feminist and queer lens. It aims to call for an expansion of the prevailing framework around environmental advocacy through intersectional, feminist, and queer perspectives. The desk holds space for scholarship, analytical perspectives, and impact stories and advocates for inclusive participation through a queer and feminist lens. 

Side-lining gender and sexuality in mainstream climate change discourse by Abirami Baskaran (Read
Preventing Violence against Mother Earth & Mother Nature: 16 Days of Activism by Raakhee Suryaprakash (Read
LGBTI experiences of disasters in the Antipodes by Andrew Gorman-Murray, Dale Dominey-Howes, and Scott McKinnon (Read
Women at the fore of Climate Adaptation in South Asia by Raakhee Suryaprakash (July 15, 2020) (Read)
Climate Justice: Women, Youth, and Indigenous People by Raakhee Suryaprakash (Read