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Photobook - OECD Global Forum on Environment: Mainstreaming Gender and Empowering Women for Environmental Sustainability

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This OECD Global Forum on Environment dedicated on "Mainstreaming Gender and Empowering Women for Environmental Sustainability" took place on the 5th and 6th March 2020. Over two days, participants discussed the gender – environmental sustainability nexus, identifying and proposing ways to capitalise on synergies between environmental policies and economic and social goals, such as achieving gender equality and women’s economic empowerment.
The Global Forum covered the following issues:
• Integrating gender into environmental policies: Data and evidence challenges;
• Differentiated environmental impacts on women’s and men’s health and well-being;
• Sustainable and gender-inclusive urbanisation, settlements and transport infrastructure;
• Gender-specific consumption patterns, behavioural insights, and circular economy;
• Biodiversity, agriculture, fisheries: changing economic opportunities for women and men;
• Greening energy and ensuring a just transition for men and women;
• Environmental justice and empowering women and youth.
More information on the Global Forum on Environment focusing on gender can be found here: http://www.oecd.org/env/global-forum-on-environment-mainstreaming-gender-and-empowering-women-for-environmental-sustainability.htm
More information on the OECD Environment Directorate’s work on gender, inclusiveness and the SDGs can be found here: http://www.oecd.org/environment/gender-inclusiveness-and-sdg.htm

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Photobook - OECD Global Forum on Environment: Mainstreaming Gender and Empowering Women for Environmental Sustainability

  1. 1. Opening Remarks on 5 March by the OECD Secretary General, Mr. Angel Gurría
  2. 2. Opening Remarks on 5 March by the OECD Secretary General, Mr. Angel Gurría
  3. 3. Keynote Address by Amb. Casper Staur, Permanent Representative of Denmark to the OECD, on behalf of HRH Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 5 March
  4. 4. Session 1 – High level Scoping Panel on 5 March, moderated by OECD Deputy Secretary-General, Mr. Masamichi Kono
  5. 5. Session 1 – High level Scoping Panel, video-message by EU Commissioner for Environment, Mr. Virginijus Sinkevičius
  6. 6. Session 1 – High level Scoping Panel, video-message by Ms. Teresa Ribera, 4th Vice- President & Minister for the Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge, Spain
  7. 7. Session 1 – High level Scoping Panel Inspirational speech by Dr. Fatoumata Kebe, Astrophysicist and Educator
  8. 8. Session 1 – High level Scoping Panel Ms. Fabiola Muñoz Dodero, Minister of Environment, Peru
  9. 9. Session 1 – High level Scoping Panel Amb. Kristján Andri Stefánsson, Permanent Representative of Iceland to the OECD
  10. 10. Session 1 – High level Scoping Panel Ms. Laksmi Dhewanthi, Senior Advisor to the Minister, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia
  11. 11. Session 1 – High level Scoping Panel Ms. Barbara Rambousek, Director, Gender and Economic Inclusion, EBRD
  12. 12. Session 1 – High level Scoping Panel Mr. Russel Mills, Secretary General, Business at OECD
  13. 13. Session 1 – High level Scoping Panel Mr. Pierre Habbard, General Secretary, Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD
  14. 14. Master of Ceremony: Ms. Sigita Strumskyte, Coordinator for Gender and SDGs, Environment Directorate, OECD
  15. 15. Master of Ceremony: Ms. Eija Kiiskinen, Global Relations Coordinator, Environment Directorate, OECD
  16. 16. Session 2 - Integrating gender into environmental policies: Data and evidence challenge Mr. Willem Adema, Senior Economist, Social Policy Division, OECD
  17. 17. Session 2 - Integrating gender into environmental policies: Data and evidence challenge Ms. Michal Shinwell, Policy Analyst, Statistics and Data Directorate, OECD
  18. 18. Session 2 - Integrating gender into environmental policies: Data and evidence challenge Amb. Madeleine Chenette, Permanent Representative of Canada to the OECD
  19. 19. Session 2 - Integrating gender into environmental policies: Data and evidence challenge Ms. Maruša Gortnar, Head of Operations, European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE)
  20. 20. Session 2 - Integrating gender into environmental policies: Data and evidence challenge Dr. Lisa Grace Bersales, Professor of Statistics, former National Statistician, the Philippines
  21. 21. Session 2 - Integrating gender into environmental policies: Data and evidence challenge Ms. Elisa Tonda, Head of Consumption and Production Unit, Economy Division, UNEP
  22. 22. Session 2 - Integrating gender into environmental policies: Data and evidence challenge Ms. Mary Crass, Head of Institutional Relations and Summit, ITF
  23. 23. Session 2 - Integrating gender into environmental policies: Data and evidence challenge Ms. Helen Kearney, Senior Manager, Equal Measures 2030
  24. 24. Session 2 - Integrating gender into environmental policies: Data and evidence challenge Ms. Sarah Leugers, Director of Communications, Gold Standard Foundation
  25. 25. Session 3 - Differentiated environmental impacts on women’s and men’s health and well-being Moderated by Mr. Bob Diderich, Head of Environment, Health and Safety Division, OECD
  26. 26. Session 3 - Differentiated environmental impacts on women’s and men’s health and well-being Dr. Maria P. Neira, Director, Environment and Social Determinants of Health Department, WHO
  27. 27. Session 3 - Differentiated environmental impacts on women’s and men’s health and well-being
  28. 28. Session 3 - Differentiated environmental impacts on women’s and men’s health and well-being Ms. Tatiana Santos, Policy Manager for Chemicals & Nanotechnology, EEB
  29. 29. Session 3 - Differentiated environmental impacts on women’s and men’s health and well-being Ms. Romina Boarini, Senior Advisor and Co-ordinator of the Inclusive Growth Initiative, OECD
  30. 30. Session 4 - Sustainable and gender-inclusive urbanisation, settlements and transport infrastructure Ms. Claudia Dobles Camargo, First Lady of Costa Rica
  31. 31. Session 4 - Sustainable and gender-inclusive urbanisation, settlements and transport infrastructure Ms. Aziza Akhmouch, Head of Cities, Urban Policies and Sustainable Development Division, OECD
  32. 32. Session 4 - Sustainable and gender-inclusive urbanisation, settlements and transport infrastructure Video-message by Ms. Melati Wijsen, Founder, Bye Bye Plastic Bags Initiative
  33. 33. Session 5 - Gender-specific consumption patterns, behavioural insights, and circular economy Ms. Cliodhnagh Conlon, Associate Director, BSR
  34. 34. Session 6.1: Biodiversity, agriculture, fisheries: changing economic opportunities for women and men
  35. 35. Session 6.1: Biodiversity, agriculture, fisheries: changing economic opportunities for women and men
  36. 36. Session 6.2: Greening energy and ensuring a just transition for men and women Ms. Vu Thuy Dzung, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Viet Nam
  37. 37. Session 6.2: Greening energy and ensuring a just transition for men and women Dr. Sama Bilbao y León, Head of Division of Nuclear Technology Development and Economics, NEA
  38. 38. Session 7: Environmental justice and empowering women and youth Ms. Monika Skadborg, President, Danish Youth Climate Council
  39. 39. Session 7: Environmental justice and empowering women and youth Mr. Janos Bertók, Acting Director, Public Governance Directorate, OECD
  40. 40. Session 7: Environmental justice and empowering women and youth Mr. Dilnesaw Israel, Director of Legal Research Department, Office of the Prime Minister, Ethiopia
  41. 41. Environment Directorate team for Global Forum on Environment focusing on Gender

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