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Climate Justice Partnership Linking Universities and Community Organizations in Toronto, Durban, Maputo and Nairobi
(Peter Lang Scientific Publishers, 2012)
This paper describes a project based at York University in Toronto, funded through the Climate Change Adaptation in Africa program of the International Development Research Centre and the UK Department for International ...
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 ...
Introduction: Exploring feminist ecological economics
(Feminist Economics, 2005-11)
These Explorations argue that more links between the fields of feminist ecology and feminist economics are both needed and promising, and presents new, boundary-crossing research in this area. It brings together contributions ...
Climate Justice, Gender, and Intersectionality
Women are generally more vulnerable than men to environmental disasters and extreme weather events due to four main factors, which are related to women’s gendered roles in society: women are economically disadvantaged ...
Environmental activism and gender
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013)
Women and Deliberative Water Management in Brazil
(Pluto Press/Spinifex Press, 2009)
Feminist Ecological Economics
(UNESCO and EOLSS Publishers, 2008)
Social Diversity, Globalization, and Sustainability in Community-Based Economies
(Inanna Publications and Education, 2013)
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 ...