Finance

<p>Climate financing approaches will be more effective and provide broader benefits if they address rather than reinforce gender inequalities. Women still face unequal access to political power, economic resources, legal rights, land ownership, bank credit, and technical training, and this lack of equal access to resources makes women more vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change as well as less able to adapt or participate in mitigation. Equitable climate finance can promote gender equality and improve resilience by establishing structures and operating procedures that are careful to include both women and men in decision-making roles, respond to the particular needs of women for climate-related financing, and enable women&rsquo;s enterprises to benefit from new low-carbon technologies and economic opportunities.</p>

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Fifth Review of the Financial Mechanism

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