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As the world faces the immediate impact and long term threats of climate change, data shows that women and children will be among the most vulnerable. Globally, women represent 80% of Climate refugees and are exponentially more likely to die in natural disasters. Despite this, women are too far and few between in the spaces where they can make a tangible difference and help chart a clean energy future – in boardrooms, senior management roles, and technical careers in the energy sector. That’s why, in 2016 we started Women in Renewable Energy Network – the WIRE Network — to empower women in order to build up leaders, and diversify and accelerate the fight against climate change.