What Does Reproductive Health Have to Do With Climate Vulnerability? (Reasons to be cheerful)

This is one of my most favorite articles that I’ve ever written. I interviewed four amazing activists – Joan Kembabazi (Gufasha Girls Foundation, Uganda), Joan Castro (the Path Foundation Phillippines Inc, the Philipines), Carina Hirsch (Margaret Pyke Trust, UK) and Carissa Patrone Maikuri (climate and community development expert, USA) – and talked to them about how girls’ education, family planning, reproductive health, food security, conservation, climate change and sustainable population are all indelibly tied.

You can read my article here.

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