Women in Climate Change
A two months edit-a-thon about women that are playing a crucial role in climate change
The Climate Action movement is led by women around the world, some very visibly like youth leaders Greta Thunberg and Vanessa Nakate, and women have taken leading roles in shaping public science and policy about the climate crisis, including Paris agreement facilitator Christiana Figueres or IPCC vice chair Carolina Vera. Help us write about these women and make them visible on more Wikipedias. Project page in Italian.
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- A to Z of Scientists in Weather and Climate (Notable Scientists), by Don Rittner, Facts on File (2003)
- Warming the Climate for Women in Academic Science-Association of American Colleges and Universities, by Angela B. Ginorio, Association of American Colleges and Universities (1995)
- Women and Climate Change in Bangladesh, by Margaret Alston, Routledge (2015)
- Encyclopedia of global warming and climate change, by S. George Philander, Sage (2008)
- Global Warming and Climate Change. Ten Years after Kyoto and Still Counting, by Velma I. Grover, Science Publishers (2008)
- All We Can Save, by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson, One World (2020)