Gender inequalities and environmental degradation are closely linked, especially in our Latin American and Caribbean region, where the livelihoods of women, youth, and older adults often depend on natural resources. The impacts of climate change, the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services tend to exacerbate existing gender inequalities and increase levels of vulnerability. However, women are essential agents of change in their communities to face the climate crisis: integrating gender criteria in urban development plans and linking them with nature-based solutions for adaptation to climate change is key to strengthening urban resilience . The NBSs, by promoting participatory and inclusive solutions, can be framed in a gender equality plan and generate benefits and co-benefits in urban communities. This webinar will be held with the support of Euroclima + and will feature the intervention of two invited panelists and Leyla Zelaya, national coordinator of CityAdapt in El Salvador.