Presentation: Integrating Gender Issues within the Energy Sector by Vanessa Lopes Janik

In the energy sector, women and men often have vastly different experiences of the risks, benefits and impacts of energy projects – from access to benefits in terms of jobs, compensation and community investment; to decision making roles for new energy technologies; to access to finance to pay for electricity services.

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