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Gender, development, and climate change

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Published by Oxfam GB in Oxford .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Climatic changes -- Social aspects -- Developing countries.,
    • Sex role -- Developing countries.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesGender and development.
      Statementedited by Rachel Masika.
      SeriesOxfam focus on gender
      ContributionsMasika, Rachel.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQC981.8.C5 G44 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination112 p. ;
      Number of Pages112
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3726087M
      ISBN 100855984791
      LC Control Number2003363507
      OCLC/WorldCa50707672

        Climate change and development are closely intertwined. Poor people in developing countries will feel the impacts first and worst (and already are) because of vulnerable geography and lesser ability to cope with damage from severe weather and rising sea levels. In short, climate change will be awful for everyone but catastrophic for the poor.   Over 35 authors have contributed to the book. It starts with a short history of the thinking and practice around gender and sustainable development over the past decades. Next it provides a theoretical framework for analyzing climate change manifestations and policies from the perspective of gender and human : Taylor And Francis.

        However, since being female is strongly linked to being poor, unless poverty is reduced, the increase in disasters and extreme climate events linked with climate change is likely to affect women more than men. In addition, there are some specific gender attributes which increase women's vulnerability in some by: This toolkit is designed to support climate change practitioners in the Pacific islands region to integrate gender into their programmes and projects. It is aimed at climate change professionals working in national governments, non-governmental organizations, regional and international organizations who are involved in managing and implementing climate change programmes.

        Bee B., Biermann M., Tschakert P. () Gender, Development, and Rights-Based Approaches: Lessons for Climate Change Adaptation and Adaptive Social Protection. In: Alston M., Whittenbury K. (eds) Research, Action and Policy: Addressing the Gendered Impacts of Climate Change. Springer, Dordrecht. First Online 11 October Cited by: GENDER AND CLIMATE CHANGE Capacity development series ASIA AND THE PACIFIC Gender and energy 4 Training module 4 II Learning objectives ÒÒUnderstand the relationships among climate change, energy, poverty and gender in general and the gender dimensions of rural energy production, distribution and use in the Asia-Pacific region.


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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.

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.

Over 35 authors have contributed to the book. It starts with a short history of the thinking and practice around gender and sustainable development over the past decades.

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'This book gives a profound and informative introduction and presents a wide range of case studies that will inform and inspire scholars, policymakers, advisors and students about the relevance of the interlinkages between gender and climate change/5(4). Gender, Development &_Climate Change Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Gender and Climate Change: Impacts, Science, Policy. by Joane Nagel, Routledge, Book Review. My reading of this book coincided with the UN’s major conference on climate change (UNFCCC’s 21st Conference of the Parties) in Paris at the end ofextensively lauded as a success by the politicians who hosted it, and more cautiously by the media which covered the conference.

In the face of extreme weather events, desertification, and a rise in sea levels, governments and communities around the world increasingly recognise that the need to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change is urgent. The global agenda and negotiations.

Parties to the UNFCCC have recognized the importance of involving women and men equally in UNFCCC processes and in the development and implementation of national climate policies that are gender-responsive by establishing a dedicated agenda item under the Convention addressing issues of gender and climate change and by including overarching.

Book Description. Although climate change affects everybody it is not gender neutral. It has significant social impacts and magnifies existing inequalities such as the disparity between women and men in their vulnerability and ability to cope with this global phenomenon.

GENDER AND CLIMATE CHANGE ASIA AND THE PACIFIC Overview of linkages between gender and climate change 5 Policy brief 1 International recognition of the importance of supporting women and gender equality is increasing. For example, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s official.

Although climate change affects everybody it is not gender neutral. It has significant social impacts and magnifies existing inequalities such as the disparity between women and men in their. Policy rief 1 Overvie o linages between gender and climate change 3 Climate change can undo decades of development Climate change is perhaps the greatest threat to sustainable development.

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Gender dimensions of climate change adaptation 19 Mainstreaming gender into adaptation projects 21 Gender analysis 24 6. Preliminary lessons learned 39 7. Conclusion 45 8. Bibliography and reference list 49 Annexes 61 A. Millennium Development Goals 61 B. Gender and climate change online resources 63 C.

Glossary of key terms and. Gender and Climate Change: An Introduction book. Gender and Climate Change: An Introduction. It starts with a short history of the thinking and practice around gender and sustainable development over the past decades.

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