Women and adaptation

@inproceedings{Alston2013WomenAA,
  title={Women and adaptation},
  author={Margaret H. Alston},
  year={2013}
}
This article addresses the uneven impacts of climate change on women. To date, there has been a significant emphasis on climate science and technological solutions to aid mitigation and adaptation strategies. This has led to a form of global managerialism that presupposes that all people can adapt with the right resources and knowledge. In this article, it is argued that the differential impacts of climate change on women demand that climate actions and strategies require gender sensitivity and… CONTINUE READING

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