Gender, Development and Climate Change (Oxfam Focus on Gender)
This book considers the gendered dimensions of climate change. Ranging in scope from high-level global decisionmaking to local communities, the contributors examine the potential impacts of environmental degradation and change on vulnerable groups. They highlight the different vulnerabilities, coping strategies, and risks faced by men and women, and the socio-economic implications of changing livelihoods and insecurity. Examples of mitigation projects that have successfully integrated gender concerns are explored, as well as initiatives that have overlooked gender considerations and resulted in different outcomes for women and men.
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|# of Devices||Unlimited|
|Flowing Text / Pages||Pages|
- PDF | 112 pages
- Rachel Masika (Editor), Caroline Sweetman (Editor)
- Oxfam Professional (1 Aug. 2002)
- Science Nature
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