Research, Action and Policy: Addressing the Gendered Impacts of Climate Change
Alston, Margaret, Whittenbury, Kerri (Eds.)
2013, XXII, 282 p.
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Offers a global perspective on the challenges that climate variation imposes on women
Includes research and reports from Australia and the Pacific region to South Africa to the Himalayas
Shows how, besides being vulnerable to the worst effects of climate change, women can claim a more substantial role in planning and implementing the proper response
Research, Action and Policy: Addressing the Gendered Impacts of Climate Change presents the voices of women from every continent, women who face vastly different climate events and challenges. The book heralds a new way of understanding climate change that incorporates gender justice and human rights for all.