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A colossal waste of time. That’s how UNICEF labeled the **200 million hours** (not a typo!) that women and girls collectively spend fetching water every day. The reduction of unclean water and access to water has a direct impact on women’s health, time, labour and independence. The degree to which people are affected by climate disruption is partly based on their socio-economic status, power, and access to, and control over resources – all of which is inextricably linked to gender.
Due to significant gender inequality occurring within countries that are most vulnerable to the affects of climate disruption, this is a gender issue as well as an environmental one.


910 x 910 mm
Mixed Media on canvas
Text on the canvas: The Paris Agreement
Signed and dated on the back of the canvas. Ready to hang with screws and hanging wire on the back.
This is an original painting. Artwork comes with certificate of authenticity and Sarah Sculley promotional goods, professionally packaged in bubble wrap and cardboard for shipping (included in price).


Shipping to the East Coast of Australia is included in the price. If you'd like a quote to ship elsewhere, please email.

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