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How Will Disenfranchised Peoples Adapt to Climate Change? Strengthening the Ecojustice Movement
(IRIS, York University, 2010-10)
The fourth assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) acknowledged that millions of people are currently, and will increasingly be, affected by the impacts of climate change, in the form of floods, ...
Strengthening Resilience by thinking of Knowledge as a Nutrient that connects the personal to global thinking
Poster presented at the Adaptation Futures Conference, the Third International Climate Change Adaptation Conference, Fortaleza Ceará, Brazil, May 12-16,2014. http://adaptationfutures2014.ccst.inpe.br In April 2009, we ...
Water and Climate Change in Africa: Challenges and Community Initiatives in Durban, Maputo and Nairobi
In the coming decades, countries around the world will face increasingly severe challenges related to global climate change. While the details vary from country to country, the impacts will be especially grave for marginalized ...
Introduction: Exploring feminist ecological economics
(Feminist Economics, 2005-11)
These Explorations argue that more links between the fields of feminist ecology and feminist economics are both needed and promising, and presents new, boundary-crossing research in this area. It brings together contributions ...
De tragédia a solução: A atualidade teórica e empírica dos recursos comuns no Brasil
(Nova Economía, 2019)
This article provides a recent update on common-pool resource studies in Brazil, presenting how the subject is evolving, both in theory and in practice. First, a theoretical review presents the most recent academic ...
Public participation in watershed management:international practices for inclusiveness
This paper outlines a number of examples from around the world of participatory processes for watershed decision-making, and discusses how they work, why they are important, their social and ecological potential, and the ...
Commoning and climate justice
(Routledge Studies in Environment, Culture, and Society Series, 2019-08)
Commoning represents a dynamic and emergent means of risk-reduction and livelihood provision which can address the shortcomings of both market and state-oriented economic systems -- increasingly relevant as climate change ...
Climate Justice, Gender, and Intersectionality
Women are generally more vulnerable than men to environmental disasters and extreme weather events due to four main factors, which are related to women’s gendered roles in society: women are economically disadvantaged ...
Feminist Ecological Economics
(Routledge Handbook of Feminist Economics, 2019-07)
Women, Equity and Participatory Water Management in Brazil
(International Feminist Journal of Politics, 2007-12)
Public participation in resource management is regarded as a central pillar of sustain- able development. Water management is a foremost example, and women globally are prime users and protectors of water. Yet the ...