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  1. Research

    Economists, Value Judgments, and Climate Change: A View from Feminist Economics

    Nelson, Julie A. 2008. “Economists, Value Judgments, and Climate Change: A View from Feminist Economics.” Ecological Economics 65 (3): 441–7.

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    Topics: Economies, Feminist Economics, Environment, Climate Change Keywords: environment, methodology, climate change, objectivity, ethics, feminist economics

  2. Research

    Ecofeminist Ways, Ecosocialist Means: Life in the Post-capitalist Future

    Brownhill, Leigh, and Terisa E. Turner. 2020. “Ecofeminist Ways, Ecosocialist Means: Life in the Post-capitalist Future.” Capitalism Nature Socialism 31 (1): 1-14.

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    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Feminisms, Ecofeminism

  3. Research

    Climate Change and Gender Justice

    Terry, Geraldine, ed. 2009. Climate Change and Gender Justice. Warwickshire: Practical Action Pub.

    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender

  4. Research

    Engendering the Climate-Change Negotiations: Experiences, Challenges, and Steps Forward

    Hemmati, Minu, and Ulrike Röhr. 2009. “Engendering the Climate-Change Negotiations: Experiences, Challenges, and Steps Forward.” Gender and Development 17 (1): 19–32.

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    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender

  5. Research

    Protocols, Treaties, and Action: The ‘Climate Change Process’ Viewed through Gender Spectacles

    Skutsch, Margaret M. 2002. “Protocols, Treaties, and Action: The ‘Climate Change Process’ Viewed through Gender Spectacles.” Gender and Development 10 (2): 30–9.

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    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender

  6. Research

    Gender and Climate Change in Australia

    Alston, M. 2011. “Gender and Climate Change in Australia.” Journal of Sociology 47 (1): 53–70.

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    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender Regions: Oceania Countries: Australia

  7. Research

    Gender and Environmental History

    Merchant, Carolyn. 1990. “Gender and Environmental History.” The Journal of American History 76 (4): 1117–21. 

    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender

  8. Research

    Mapping a Research Agenda Concerning Gender and Climate Change: A Review of the Literature

    Moosa, Christina Shaheen, and Nancy Tuana. 2014. “Mapping a Research Agenda Concerning Gender and Climate Change: A Review of the Literature.” Hypatia 29 (3): 677–94.

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    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Feminisms, Gender

  9. Research

    Gender and Climate Change: Emergent Issues for Research, Policy and Practice

    Rao, Nitya, and Asha Hans. 2018. “Gender and Climate Change: Emergent Issues for Research, Policy and Practice.” Economic and Political Weekly 53 (17): 35-7.

    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Gender

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    Agrarian Stress and Climate Change in the Eastern Gangetic Plains: Gendered Vulnerability in a Stratified Social Formation

    Sugden, Fraser, Niki Maskey, Floriane Clement, Vidya Ramesh, Anil Philip, and Ashok Rai. 2014. “Agrarian Stress and Climate Change in the Eastern Gangetic Plains: Gendered Vulnerability in a Stratified Social Formation.” Global Environmental Change 29: 258-69. 

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    Topics: Agriculture, Caste, Class, Displacement & Migration, Migration, Economies, Environment, Climate Change, Gender Regions: Asia, South Asia Keywords: climate change, vulnerability, Eastern Gangetic Plains, gender, class, caste

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