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Praxis Mapping: A methodology for evaluating the political impacts of international projects
This report describes the participatory development of a process we have used to consider the political implications of a climate justice project we worked on together from 2010 to 2013, called Strengthening the role of ...
Women and water management in times of climate change: participatory and inclusive processes
(Journal of Cleaner Production, 2013)
This paper focuses on community engagement, and particularly the inclusion of women, in water management as a response to climate change. Addressing water-related problems is central to climate change adaptation, and civil ...
Equitable, Ecological Degrowth: Feminist Contributions
This paper uses feminist ecological economics and ecofeminist methodologies and theory to contribute to Degrowth in theory and practice. These feminist contributions involve highlighting unpaid work and ecological services, ...
Strengthening the role of civil society in water sector governance towards climate change adaptation in African cities – Durban, Maputo, Nairobi
Water resources management is one of the most important climate change-related issues on international, national and urban public policy agendas. Income inequality in South Africa, Mozambique, and Kenya is among the largest ...
Re-establishing Justice as a Pillar of Ecological Economics Through Feminist
(Ecological Economics, 2018)
Ecological economics has long claimed distributive justice as a central tenet, yet discussions of equity and justice have received relatively little attention over the history of the field. While ecological economics has ...
International Synergies to Address Climate Change: Participatory Community Organizing in Toronto and the Baixada Fluminense, Brazil
(Common Ground Research Networks, 2012)
Building Commons Governance for a Greener Economy
(Sense Publishers, 2015)
Environmental activism and gender
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013)
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 ...
Gender Justice and Climate Justice: Building women’s economic and political agency in times of climate change
Socio-economically vulnerable people, and women in particular, are generally those most impacted by global climate change (because of their gendered/racialized socio-economic roles and often their geographic location). The ...
The Social and Political Dimensions of the Ebola Response: Global Inequality, Climate Change, and Infectious Disease
The 2014 Ebola crisis has highlighted public-health vulnerabilities in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea – countries ravaged by extreme poverty, deforestation and mining-related disruption of livelihoods and ecosystems, ...
Climate Justice Partnership Linking Universities and Community Organizations in Toronto, Durban, Maputo and Nairobi
(Peter Lang Scientific Publishers, 2012)
This paper describes a project based at York University in Toronto, funded through the Climate Change Adaptation in Africa program of the International Development Research Centre and the UK Department for International ...
Education for Regeneration
(University of Alberta Press, 2016-11)
Gender Justice and Climate Justice: Building women's economic and political agency in times of climate change
(Women and Environments International, 2015)
This article analyzes some initiatives and models for community-based climate change activism, through examples in three different types of communities. It outlines the methods and results of two international projects- ...
Celebrating Economies of Change: Brave Visions for Inclusive Futures
(Women and Environments International Magazine, 2019-09)
This issue has been inspired by a path-breaking conference held by the Canadian Society for Ecologi-cal Economics (CANSEE), which took place this past May 2019 in Waterloo, Ontario. Entitled Engaging Economies of Change, ...
Ecofeminism, Commons, and Climate Justice
Much recent work in ecological economics, degrowth, climate justice, and political ecology focuses on ‘commons’ as an emergent paradigm for sustainable governance institutions to address or rectify ecological crisis. ...
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 ...