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Pipeline 'man camps' loom over British Columbia's Highway of Tears.

A B.C. First Nation prepares for a possible influx of thousands of temporary energy industry workers over the next decade to try to prevent increased violence and crime.

Pipeline 'man camps' loom over B.C.'s Highway of Tears

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McKenna addresses 'climate Barbie' furor, slams rampant sexism on the right.

Canada's environment minister says she's fed up with the sexist comments women in politics have to put up with, and she accuses conservatives of being the worst offenders in the misogyny department.

McKenna addresses 'climate Barbie' furor, slams rampant sexism on the right

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Too much mansplaining in climate conversations?

Climate experts are calling for more women to take part in research and policy-making in order to respond to climate change with a gender-specific approach.

By Clothilde Goujard in News, Energy, Politics | September 7th 2017

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Women take control of solar revolution.
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Women take control of solar revolution.

The solar revolution is reaching the remotest parts of the world and changing the lives of women otherwise trapped in poverty.

The solar revolution is reaching the remotest parts of the world and changing the lives of women otherwise trapped in poverty.

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In Philippines, climate change and conflict both conspire against rural women.

Extreme weather and conflict have a particularly accute impact on female farmers in the Philippines.

Heavily exposed to increasing incidence of extreme weather events, the Philippines is among one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change in the world.

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How Trump signed a global death warrant for women.

With one devastating flourish of the presidential pen, worldwide progress on family planning, population growth and reproductive rights was swept away. Now some of the world’s poorest women must count the cost.

Six months ago, one powerful white man in the White House, watched by seven more, signed a piece of paper that will prevent millions of women around the world from deciding what they can and can’t do with their own bodies.

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With climate change driving child marriage risks, Bangladesh fights back.

Climate change-driven extreme weather - from flooding and mudslides to blistering heat - is accelerating migration to Bangladesh's cities, raising the risks of problems such as child marriage, according to UNICEF's head of Bangladesh programs.

With climate change driving child marriage risks, Bangladesh fights back

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