This chapter discusses the conversation with fellow gender specialists and researchers who have placed gender at the centre of their environment-related studies and policy engagement in the different centres of the Stockholm Environment Institute across Asia, Europe and the USA. The growing relevance associated with gender equality in international policymaking, including in the Sustainable Development Goals, the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, has raised new demands for gender expertise in areas where engagements with gender experts had been few. The increasingly common focus on addressing climate change impacts in both research and programming for development, adds further layers to the positioning of gender experts within the broader spectrum of social researchers and technical specialists called upon to help ensure that the ecological and social unsustainability of current development paths is addressed and that equitable strategies are proposed to redress this trajectory.