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chilly climate

Used to describe an area in which women's involvement or progress is not encouraged. It is typically applied to fields like politics and academia. I'm the only woman in the sociology department right now, and boy, is it a chilly climate. I can see that I will have a hard time advancing here.
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The Summit would provide a platform for young climate leaders to showcase their solutions on a global stage and engage directly with decision-makers on the defining issue of our time.
'The summit will provide a platform for these young climate leaders to showcase their solutions on a global stage and engage directly with decision-makers on the defining issue of our time,' the UN said in a statement.
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The conference brings together countries and aims to advance global actions by highlighting most pressing climate change related issues, addressing barriers and proposing solutions.
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The policy debate covered the extent and quantum of efforts required to counter climate change and identified the gaps in the current setup.
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