A Stranger Silence Still: The Need for Feminist Social Research on Climate Change

@article{MacGregor2009ASS,
  title={A Stranger Silence Still: The Need for Feminist Social Research on Climate Change},
  author={S. MacGregor},
  journal={The Sociological Review},
  year={2009},
  volume={57},
  pages={124 - 140}
}
If the scientific consensus is correct, then humanity faces an impending climate crisis of catastrophic proportions. It is no longer a question of whether it is really happening, but what will be the impacts of climate change on societies around the world and how governments and individuals will adapt to the troubles they will bring. In the light of frightening predictions, it might reasonably be asked, what is the point of suggesting that greater attention should be paid to gender? Feminist… Expand
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