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03 Gender Mandate
Decision 18/CP.20
COP20
05 Gender Mandate
Decision 28/CP.7
COP7
07 Gender Mandate
Decision 2/CP.17
COP17
08 Gender Mandate
Decision 4/CP.20
COP20
ven, 12/12/2014

Report of the Adaptation Committee

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09 Gender Mandate
Decision 6/CP.16
COP16
10 Gender Mandate
Decision 5/CP.17
COP17
dim, 12/11/2011

National adaptation plans

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11 Gender Mandate
Decision 12/CP.18
COP18
ven, 12/07/2012

National adaptation plans

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12 Gender Mandate
Decision 18/CP.19
COP19
ven, 11/22/2013

National adaptation plans

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13 Gender Mandate
Decision 3/CP.20
COP20
ven, 12/12/2014

National adaptation plans

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14 Gender Mandate
Decision 6/CP.17
COP17
15 Gender Mandate
Decision 17/CP.19
COP19
18 Gender Mandate
Decision 2/CP.17
COP17
20 Gender Mandate
Decision 1/CP.20
COP20
dim, 12/14/2014

Lima Call for Climate Action

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21 Gender Mandate
Decision 2/CP.17
COP17
22 Gender Mandate
Decision 8/CP.19
COP19
sam, 11/23/2013

Fifth Review of the Financial Mechanism

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23 Gender Mandate
Decision 3/CP.17
COP17
24 Gender Mandate
Decision 4/CP.19
COP19
30 Gender Mandate
Decision 14/CP.18
COP18
31 Gender Mandate
Decision 25/CP.19
COP19
34 Gender Mandate
Decision 13/CP.17
COP17
36 Gender Mandate
Decision 15/CP.18
COP18
37 Gender Mandate
Decision 19/CP.20
COP 20
39 Gender Mandate
Decision 2/CP.19
COP 19
40 Gender Mandate
Decision 2/CP.20
COP 20
41 Page

Foreword

The global community is entering a crucial phase for implementation of the 2015 Paris Agreement. Governments, UN officials, and civil society organizations alike require tools and technical support to comprehend, track, translate, and intervene in global policy processes.

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Why Gender and Climate Change

In every society, women and men have distinct socially constructed roles and responsibilities, needs and knowledge, and experience and expertise, all of which must be understood and integrated as essential components of effective climate change action.

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Introduction

Objectif

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Quick Analysis

Quick Analysis of Gender in UNFCCC Decisions

Looking at the data, significant progress toward, and gaps remaining for, gender-sensitive climate policy are evident:

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Quick Analysis

Previous reports by WEDO have tracked data from 2008 to present the trends in women’s participation at the major negotiating meetings of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (see “WEDO (2012), Women’s Participation in UN Climate Negotiations, 2008-2012”, “WEDO (2014), Ensuring Women’s Access and Influence on Climate Change Policy, 2008-2014” and

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Introduction

“The effects of gender imbalance amongst decision-makers go beyond headline statistics. The lack of power and influence wielded by women in public and political life is undermining progress towards a world where poverty is eradicated and men and women are able to build sustainable and secure futures for themselves and their families.”

- VSO (2015) Women in Power: beyond access to influence in a post-2015 world

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Guide and Acknowledgments

Guide

The Gender Climate Tracker App has a clear and user-friendly structure with seven key sections and three substantive sections (Gender Mandates, Women’s Participation Statistics and Nationally Determined Contributions).

48 Country Profile (NDC)

Afghanistan

<p>Afghanistan is ranked among the most vulnerable countries in the world to the adverse impacts of climate change. The majority of Afghanistan&rsquo;s population relies directly or indirectly on the available natural resources for their livelihoods so with these climatic changes the foundation of the country&rsquo;s economy, stability, and food security is under threat.</p>

Afghanistan
49 Country Profile (NDC)

Albania

<p>Developing country with low total GHG emissions.</p>

Albania
50 Country Profile (NDC)

Algeria

<p>Algeria is a developing country highly vulnerable to the effects of desertification, vulnerable to the effects of climate change on social and economic development (i.e., agricultural sector and rural migration), all very much important to the population, in particular youth. Low GHG emitter, vulnerable to international oil prices (recently lowered), but with natural gas reserves and a carbon sink denominated the &ldquo;great green dam&rdquo;.</p>

Algeria

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