Strengthening women’s roles in clean energy is integral to achieving the SDGs, writes Cassie Roddy-Mullineaux
Women make up roughly 50% of our global population but still face significant human rights challenges, including some which are less visible but equally damaging such as gender bias in institutions like the media. Cassie, our Women’s Section Editor, reminds us of the women’s rights issues that were important to us in 2019.
‘We are the voice, we are the youth and we are the power’: Dublin students unleash rallying cry against the Government’s climate change inaction
The climate strike in Dublin marks the fourth global student strike, and yet the Irish Government has made little progress to show for it.
The last few weeks have seen an explosion in activity on the Irish climate activist movement. STAND News sat down with Maeve O’Gorman, an activist from Not Here Not Anywhere (NHNA) to get her take on the current challenges activists are fighting for.
The effects of climate change are not limited to the natural world. Human beings are impacted by the natural changes in their environment and climate. Policies have a key-role to play as climate change also causes negative economic impacts to increase.