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Women in Environmental Sciences


Research in action

Our research aligns to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal’s (SDGs) and these are addressed and integrated through continuous meetings, talks and knowledge exchange.

It is via our ground breaking conferences that we focus on the way that climate change and its environmental consequences will impact on all including women. It is through these conferences that we share our knowledge, create awareness of the SDGs and look at the roles of women in research, policies and decision-making processes, leadership and community needs.

The key outcomes from these sessions provide the insight into the next steps of implementing and integrating WiES in research and other spheres of life.

The key SDGs that WiES focuses its research on:

  • Two women working in a corn field
  • Children putting their hand up in class
  • Solar panels and a wind farm
  • A child wearing a PPE mask taking hand sanitiser out of a bottle
  • A woman giving a speech at a conference
  • Two hands holding a miniature world within some grass
  • Greenery and vegetables growing against a backdrop of inner city housing
  • A child washing their hands in an outdoor water tap