Climate change and gender

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Climate change and gender
effects of global warming and climate change
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Tinteere la nɛreba yɛla.

"Women hold the key to Climate's Future" – Wangari Maathai

are important suppliers of food for communities around the world, especially in the global south. Women frequently face restrictions on access to resources and land and small farms have a harder time adapting to climate change.]]

Tinteere la nɛreba yɛla de' la sosi'a ti tu gãresa yelesum si'a tinteere bɔ'ɔra budaa la pɔgesi,[1][2] dɔla yɛsera la pɔka la budaa yɛla tuuma puan la ba lɛŋa. Tinteere la nɛreba yɛla n biseri pɔka la budaa yelesi'a ti ba ita ti la tara suŋerɛ bɔ'ɔra tinteere la sɛla ti ba nyɛta bini. la biseri sɛla n de budaa la pɔka tuuma buuri malema ti la pa'asa budaa la pɔka paŋa ti ba sakɛ boi tinteere, la wan eŋɛ se'em ti pɔgesi la buraasi tuuma ta'am lagum taaba suŋa dɔla tinteere tɔgesega la itegɔ sɔ'a.[3][4] La kelum bisera tinteere n lagene la nɛreba yɛla a si'a daaŋɔ wɔsum,magese wuu nɔŋɔ, la wan iŋɛ se'em ti ba tuuma lɔgerɔ nyɛ paŋa sɛla n[5]

Mwanaisha Makame and Mashavu Rum, who have been farming seaweed on beautiful Zanzibar island for 20 years, wade through the low tide to their farm. Women represent a significant portion of the agricultural workers effected by climate change

Nɛreba Puti'irɛ la ba Tuuma

La de la zamesegɔ n de kɔmpaalesi n bɔna Finland n pa'alɛ ti climate change tari la suŋerɛ zo'e zo'e bɔna climate la zɔto la pɔgesi gana budaasi.[6]Zamesegɔ wa iŋɛ la Czech tiŋa puan showcases de phenomenon mɛ. Bana wan de la ka tɔka bɔna perception climate change.[7]Pɔgesi sakɛ sakɛ la sɛba ti ba yira ti scientific nuuren ti anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions n de sɛla n ta'asɛ Climate change wa(m:56%, f:64%)[8] la ka yelesum zuo:29% n de budaasi gee ti 35% de pɔgesi bɔna US "  Global dɛŋa ".[9]

Zamesegɔ ayima yuun iŋɛ la 2016 yuunɛ la puan ti ba dikɛ pɔgesi la budaasi ze'ele Brazil tiŋa la Sweden tiŋa puan pa'alɛ gee bisɛ la sum yele dɛna pɔgesi la budaasi la Political pa'alegɔ bɔna perceptions n de Climate change la. Tuune la zuo la n de data la yuun toe mɛ bɔna via baŋe miya puan la questionnaire bɔna 367 nɛreba ze'ele Brazil ti budaasi dɛna 151 gee ti pɔgesi dɛna 216 ti sɛba n tune tuune la dɛna 221 ze'ele Sweden la 75 budaasi ti 146 dɛna pɔgesi.Zamesegɔ la yele pa'alɛ la paŋa ti budaasi la zagesɛ la climate change la bo Gaza's( rSweden=.22, rBrazil=.19) ti la pa'alɛ ti, budaasi dɛna la sɛba n wa zagesɛ ti climate change boi. Pɔgesi n bɔna pa'alɛ yele sum gee sakɛ ti climate change la bɔna.[10]

Dina Titus listening to Greta Thunberg discussing the urgent need to address climate change.

Zamesegɔ wa iŋɛ la 2020 yuunɛ la pa'ale ti la bɔna yima yima.[11] This may be incidental to differences in perception of climate change.[12] Zamesegɔ wa pa'ale la mɔi kua bɔna Mazandaran province bɔna Iran tiŋa puan ti tu baŋɛ ti budaasi sakɛ ti yam sɛbo boi mɛ ti tu wa yaŋɛ suŋɛ tiŋa la ana suŋa ti tu wan yaŋɛ suŋɛ climate change gee ti pɔgesi mɛ sakɛ ti sukuu n de sɛla n wan suŋɛ la climate change ba n yuun baŋɛ ti sɛla boi la lɔgesetɔ ti tu wan yaŋɛ suŋɛ climate la.[12]

Viisegɔ Lɔgerɔ[demese | demesego zia]

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