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Engendering the climate for change: Policies and practices for gender-just adaptation

Source(s):  Christian Aid (CA)

This research report explicitly highlights the causes and concerns of women due to changing climate. It points out that climate change would put an extra pressure on women activities ranging from agriculture, fetching water to fodder collection; and critically analyses the implications for women livelihoods generation. It asserts that most of India’s responses to climate change and its adaptation policies at best are "gender blind" or "gender neutral".



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  • Engendering the climate for change: Policies and practices for gender-just adaptation
  • Publication date 2011
  • Author(s) Kapoor, Aditi
  • Number of pages 64 p.

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