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Iceland Tops New Environment and Gender Scorecard

Monday, November 18, 2013

The scoring system measures 72 countries on such things as rates of anemia, access to agricultural land and women in policymaking positions. The United States has the lowest rates of anemia, but factors such as its failure to ratify CEDAW pushed it to 14th place.

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