Not climate related, but vital for us as designers and planners to understand.
From The Guardian:
Crash-test dummies based on the ‘average’ male are just one example of design that forgets about women – and puts lives at risk
Going back to the theory of Man the Hunter, the lives of men have been taken to represent those of humans overall. When it comes to the other half of humanity, there is often nothing but silence. And these silences are everywhere. Films, news, literature, science, city planning, economics, the stories we tell ourselves about our past, present and future, are all marked – disfigured – by a female-shaped “absent presence”.
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