Women are often the most affected by global warming - but they are also key actors for change. The role of women in fighting climate change has been one of the main side issues at this year's UN climate summit.
She was a divorced single parent, politically active and a tireless advocate for women, children and workers. On February 19, 1919, Marie Juchacz also became the first woman to address a German parliament.
A new survey has found rising concerns about climate change, the "Islamic State" and cyberattacks. But more people now see US power and influence as a threat, marking a significant rise from only two years ago.
Bangladesh is on the front line of climate change, as its low-lying delta farmlands face surging floods. But floating gardens – a traditional form of hydroponics – is offering a lifeline to some farming families.
Does Sweden need a feminist party? Feminist Initiative says it does and has inspired mainstream parties to don gender-conscious glasses in the world's first country to adopt a "feminist foreign policy."
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