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Diversity, local economies, and globalization’s limits
(Inanna Publication, 2002)
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 ...
Building Commons Governance for a Greener Economy
(Sense Publishers, 2015)
Social Diversity, Globalization, and Sustainability in Community-Based Economies
(Inanna Publications and Education, 2013)
Gender and Climate Justice in Canada: Stories from the Grassroots
(Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2017-07)
Climate change has gendered effects across Canada. Extreme weather events, warming cities, melting sea ice and permafrost, ice storms, floods, droughts, and fires related to climate change are directly and indirectly causing ...
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 ...
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 ...
Trade, transition paths, and sustainable economies
The main criticisms of trade from a sustainability viewpoint are that it accelerates resource depletion and pollution, harms income distribution both locally and internationally, and undermines democratic institutions. ...