Research tells us climate change does not affect everyone equally. At The Fuller Project, our coverage of climate change asks that you turn your attention to the stories of women.
Farming is Female: women farmers in California are changing the face of the agricultural industry in their state and across the country.
Women typically eat less in Indian households and are often found compromising their share of food to feed others in the family exposing the growing hunger crisis.
Extreme weather events that climate change is making more frequent and more intense are also pushing up violence against women around the world.
From Colombia to Iran, feminism is an increasingly unstoppable force.
Women and girls living in poorer countries are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.
South Asia has endured an unprecedented heat wave, with March seeing the hottest temperatures on record in India. Evidence suggests the heat is landing a cruel double blow on women’s income and health.
Men in fishing communities were mostly expected to reap the benefits after India started investing in early weather warning systems a decade ago. But government data suggests that women got an unforeseen an economic boost…
Child trafficking is on the rise in one of the most climate vulnerable places on earth—revealing blind spots in climate policy, experts tell contributor Ritwika Mitra.
When a winter storm paralyzed Texas last month, millions of people in the state were left without power or heat or drinkable water. Traveling was dangerous and cell service was spotty. At the Houston Area…
Afghanistan is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to climate change, and one of the least equipped to handle what’s to come.
Women and girls are bearing the brunt of the consequences of climate change.