Environment and climate change

Gender equality is essential for the green shift

Gender equality is decisive for reaching the climate goals. This perspective is missing today, writes Linda Marie Rustad.

Most read articles from Kilden genderresearch.no in 2020

An article about masculinity in Norwegian black metal was the most read in Kilden's newsmagazine in 2020.

Women’s travel behaviour make cities greener

Planning cities for and with women can make the city both safer and more environment friendly, according to researchers.

Research on energy is not gender neutral

"The meaning of gender perspectives in research is often reduced to just counting the number of men and women. This is a very shallow interpretation of the term. In order to create a better climate, we need to understand the people behind the energy habits," according to researcher.

Men control Norwegian nature

Women are more or less absent in the management of outfield and nature conservation areas. Gender equality has been neglected within Norwegian nature management, according to researcher.

More cycling with e-bikes

According to a new study, electric bikes make people cycle longer and more often. The effect is best on women.


Kathinka Fossum Evertsen

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