The publication provides the findings of research on the differences in the impact of environmental problems on women and men, which are gaining more and more importance due to changes in approaches to economic activity, changes in social standards and values, urbanization at the global and local levels. The study was conducted to identify opportunities to close gender gaps in the field of environmental protection: the use of environmentally friendly practices, minimizing the negative impact of climate change and environmental pollution on women and men, fair distribution of funds and increasing the participation of women in the decision-making system in the field of environmental protection.
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