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Should the environment be a feminist issue?

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Cambridge Young Greens present a panel discussion about the intersection of gender and environmental issues.


SUSAN BUCKINGHAM is a Professor of Geography at Brunel University, whose research focuses on the gendered nature of environmental decision making. Susan also advises the EU on environmental policy and currently convenes a working group on gender, energy and environment.

LUCY SIEGLE is the ethical columnist for the Observer and a green living correspondent for the One Show. She writes widely on environmental issues and has published ‘Green Living in the Urban Jungle’ and ‘To Die For’.

SARAH COPE is the Chair of Green Party Women, which develops gender policy for the party. Sarah writes for the Huffington Post, where she recently published an article ‘Green is the New Feminism’.

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