A Huge Challenge and a Narrow Discourse

Hemmati, Minu; Röhr, Ulrike
March 2007
Women & Environments International Magazine;Spring/Summer2007, Issue 74/75, p5
The article focuses on gender consideration in climate change policy. The authors claim that integrating a gender analysis adds to the quality, effectiveness, legitimacy and likelihood of implementation of climate protection policy. The importance of women's participation in climate policy making and effects of climate change on them are accounted.


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