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Ulrike Roehr
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  • Berlin
  • Germany
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Ulrike Roehr
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GenderCC - Women for Climate Jusitce
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GenderCC – Women for Climate Justice is the global network of women and gender activists, and gender experts from all world regions working for gender and climate justice. During COP9 in Milan we started to build up the international network GenderCC. My main expertise is on gender aspects in climate change in general as well as in mitigating climate change, financing and technology cooperation .
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I am involved in the climate change negotiations since the very beginning - always advocating for the integration of women's and gender perspective in the climate change debates.

Ulrike Roehr's Blog

Women Can, Men Can't?

GenderCC-Women for Climate Justice at the end of COP 16

As COP 16 comes to a close, we go home ignoring Ixchel and all other goddesses of reason and undoing the tapestry that could have protected us from either an extremely hot or cold future. "Let not the perfect be the enemy of the good" has been an oft-repeated statement yet the outcome of COP 16 is not even good enough.

True, that a Green Climate Fund has been established. There was also an agreement on the…


Posted on December 11, 2010 at 20:32

Climate negotiations more effective if guided by long-term vision – this must include social and gender justice

Along with others at the August 2-6 climate change meetings in Bonn, women and gender groups expressed their support for the new UNFCCC Secretary General, Christiana Figueres, who in a meeting with civil society groups said that negotiations can be much more effective if we recognize a paradigm change based on responsibility to future generations. The human face of climate change must be understood.

The Women and Gender Constituency @ UNFCCC believes that this paradigm change requires… Continue

Posted on August 8, 2010 at 12:52

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