Women-led rural households are hurt worse by the impacts of climate change, a new UN report finds. Compared to male-headed households, families headed by women across 24 poor and middle-income countries lost an average of 8% more income due to heat waves and 3% more income due to floods. The report, which highlighted how women are prevented from responding or adapting to climate-fueled crises by discriminatory limits on their rights to control their own lives by limiting land rights and decision making over work, is yet another finding of the disproportionate harms borne by women as a result of the mutually-reinforcing crises of climate change and misogyny. (AP)