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Editor’s note: why it all comes back to Barbie

Scene from Barbie film
Despite all the words spent on discussing feminism since the Barbie film was released this summer, the role and influence of women in climate action and international climate negotiations remains depressing (Photo: Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

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The highest-grossing film of 2023, described by its director Greta Gerwig as “most certainly a feminist film”, was Barbie, and one of Sustainable Views’ most commented newsletters of the year was ...

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