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Why is gender such an important issue in the environmental debate? Do women and men deal with the environment differently? Why are women in the South called 'day-to-day environmental managers'? Are women 'agents of change towards sustainable development'? These and other questions are addressed in this guide.
The reader is led through an impressive amount of documentation on 'Gender, Environment and Development': introductory readings, conference materials, theoretical writings, examinations of global and local issues, policy rhetoric, analytical tools and work on social movements.
The guide is a valuable tool for everyone seeking to gain more knowledge about the links between gender relations, environment and development. Critically approaching the subject from various angles, the author identifies key issues for documentation, and gives recommendations for research and policy.
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Book Description International Books, 1993. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX9062249922
Book Description International Books, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9062249922