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Women and water management in times of climate change: participatory and inclusive processes
(Journal of Cleaner Production, 2013)
This paper focuses on community engagement, and particularly the inclusion of women, in water management as a response to climate change. Addressing water-related problems is central to climate change adaptation, and civil ...
Commoning and climate justice
(Routledge Studies in Environment, Culture, and Society Series, 2019-08)
Commoning represents a dynamic and emergent means of risk-reduction and livelihood provision which can address the shortcomings of both market and state-oriented economic systems -- increasingly relevant as climate change ...
Re-establishing Justice as a Pillar of Ecological Economics Through Feminist
(Ecological Economics, 2018)
Ecological economics has long claimed distributive justice as a central tenet, yet discussions of equity and justice have received relatively little attention over the history of the field. While ecological economics has ...
Feminist Ecological Economics and Sustainability
(Journal of Bioeconomics, 2007)
New developments in feminist ecological economics and ecofeminist economics are contributing to the search for theories and policy approaches to move economies toward sustainability. This paper summa- rizes work by ...
Gender Justice and Climate Justice: Community-based strategies to increase women’s political agency in watershed management in times of climate change
Socially vulnerable people, and women in particular, are disproportionately affected by global climate change because of their gendered socioeconomic roles and often their geographic location; yet they are least equipped ...
EQUITY, ECONOMIC SCALE, AND THE ROLE OF EXCHANGE IN A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY
This paper explores these theoretical and practical issues, considering the question of the environmental and ecological impacts of economic activity from the viewpoint of the scale at which this activity takes place and ...