How Climate change affects women in BC and around the world

How Climate change affects women in BC and around the world
Sat 7 March 2020
Saturday 7 March 2020
12:00 PM
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According to UN Women, globally, one in three employed women works in agriculture. Rural women and girls play a significant role in agriculture, food security and nutrition, land and natural resource management and unpaid and domestic care work. Hence, as the world faces an increasingly critical need to act against climate change, the important role that rural women and girls play in building resilience is unquestionable. How does this translate to our situation in BC, Canada? Join us to find out on

Panelists:

  • Natalie Chambers, Councilor for the District of Saanich
  • Marlene Olivier, Consultant Medicine and the Environment
  • Beth Cruise, Environmentalist
  • Robin Tunnicliffe, Farmer

Entertainment: 

  • Marie Specht (spoken word poet & performer) 
  •  Vincent (DJ)

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