We need to talk about women

Madeleine Cuff
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Climate change will hit women hardest - so why are their voices still being side-lined?

Earlier this summer, author and feminist hero Margaret Atwood arrived at the Under Her Eye festival in London to warn that climate change threatens a miserable future for the world's women. "More extreme...

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