Why Bringing in Women Into Climate Adaptation Leadership Will Improve the Decision-Making Process
“Why would bringing in women into climate adaptation leadership improve its decision-making process?”
As in the larger professional world, women are underrepresented in climate adaptation leadership due to structural sexist forces. Even worse, when they do have a seat at the table their voices are less heard in comparison to men. This leads to having their perspective diminished, and their point of view on matters such as the gendered impact of disasters neglected. But by bringing more women into commanding roles, organizations will be able to benefit from their experiences and create a more sophisticated adaptation process. This is Why Bringing in Women Into Climate Adaptation Leadership Will Improve the Decision-Making Process.