This interview with Sarah Gammage, titled 'Provisioning for the Care of People and the Planet', follows from the expert workshop IGD held in September looking to identify key components of a gender just transition.

Project lead and IGD Research to Practice Associate, Somali Cerise and Director of IGD, Sarah Cook join Sarah Gammage to discuss what a gender just transition might look like. The interview draws on Dr Gammage’s expertise on how social provisioning and environmental provisioning can together create a just future, for people and the planet.   


Sarah Gammage is an environmental economist with more than 25 years of experience working on economic development in Latin America, Africa and Asia. She is the Director of Policy and Government Relations for The Nature Conservancy. She has a PhD in Environmental Economics from the Institute of Social Studies in The Hague and a Masters’ degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She has written academic and policy research articles on gender and trade, poverty, labor markets, migration and environment.