New Study Finds that Men’s Spending Emits More Than Women’s

New Study Finds that Men’s Spending Emits More Than Women’s

by Natasha Lasky, ODP Staff Writer A new study found that men’s consumer spending causes 16% more emissions than that of women when spending similar sums of money on goods. The study juxtaposed the spending habits of single men and women in Sweden, and found that men were more likely to spend on fuel for […]

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Women Face Worse Health Risks From Climate Change Than Men

Women Face Worse Health Risks From Climate Change Than Men

Climate change is a public health issue, and an analysis of 130 studies finds that women face worse health risks from climate impacts. Carbon Brief has mapped out the analysis, showing how climate change affects the health of women and men around the world. 

Why This Matters: The myriad of ways climate change is already reshaping our world won’t impact everyone equally.

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Gender Bias in the World’s Natural History Museums

Gender Bias in the World’s Natural History Museums

A scientist at the Natural History Museum in London has discovered that while the institution boasts an incomparable natural history collection, it has significantly more male specimens than female specimens.

The Problem: We’re just so used to seeing the male body and lifestyle as just the standard human body and the standard human way of doing things.

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