Beyond dichotomies: Gender and intersecting inequalities in climate change studies

@inproceedings{Djoudi2016BeyondDG,
  title={Beyond dichotomies: Gender and intersecting inequalities in climate change studies},
  author={Houria Djoudi and B. Locatelli and Chloe Vaast and Kiran Asher and Maria Brockhaus and Bimbika Basnett Sijapati},
  booktitle={Ambio},
  year={2016}
}
Climate change and related adaptation strategies have gender-differentiated impacts. This paper reviews how gender is framed in 41 papers on climate change adaptation through an intersectionality lens. The main findings show that while intersectional analysis has demonstrated many advantages for a comprehensive study of gender, it has not yet entered the field of climate change and gender. In climate change studies, gender is mostly handled in a men-versus-women dichotomy and little or no… CONTINUE READING
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