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Title:Special issue: gender and climate change
Editors:Bob, UrmillaISNI
Babugura, Agnes
Year:2014
Periodical:Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity (ISSN 2158-978X)
Volume:28
Issue:3
Pages:187
Language:English
City of publisher:Durban
Publisher:Agenda Feminist Media
Geographic term:Africa
Subjects:women
climate change
External link:https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ragn20/28/3
Abstract:This special issue of Agenda focuses on gender and climate change in Africa and highlights the importance of social research situating women and gender in the centre of both research on climate change as well as in global and local policy formulation and implementation. Articles: A gender analysis of perceived climate change trends and ecosystems-based adaptation in the Nigerian wooded savannah (Grace Oloukoi, Mayowa Fasona, Felix Olorunfemi, Vide Adedayo, Peter Elias); Women's perceptions of the Girinka (one cow per poor family) programme, poverty alleviation and climate resilience in Rwanda (Vincent Kayigema, Denis Rugege); A gendered perspective of vulnerability to multiple stressors, including climate change, in the rural Eastern Cape, South Africa (Sheona Shackleton, Leigh Cobban, Georgina Cundill); Women, climate change and environmentally-induced conflicts in Africa (Jyoti Jaggernath); Rural energy profiles and the role of solar energy in climate change mitigation - a gendered perspective (Suveshnee Munien); A gendered analysis of sustainable agricultural practices with changing climate in the Chankumba agricultural community, Zambia (Geofrey K Siulemba, Vadivelu Moodley); Addressing women in climate change policies: a focus on selected east and southern African countries (Godwell Nhamo); A gendered analysis of community perceptions and attitudes towards green spaces in a Durban Metropolitan residential area: implications for climate change mitigation (Sarushen Pillay, Rashmeer Pahlad). Bibliogr., notes, ref., sum. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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