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Why environmental breakdown is a gendered issue

Published on DiEM25 and written by Axelle Van Wynsberghe, the article promotes a Green New Deal for Europe, shifting the focus slightly, shedding light on the intersectionality of climate change and climate-related issues. The core argument is that we need to acknowledge and account for how environmental changes affect men and women differently, often taking a heavier toll on women living in less advantaged environments\situations. The article suggests that cohousing models could partly be a response to this, lightening and facilitating the sharing of household-related unpaid work.