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    The Monetized Economy Versus Care and the Environment: Degrowth Perspectives On Reconciling an Antagonism

    Dengler, Corinna, and Birte Strunk. 2018. “The Monetized Economy Versus Care and the Environment: Degrowth Perspectives on Reconciling an Antagonism.” Feminist Economics 24 (3): 160–83. 

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    Topics: Economies, Care Economies, Environment, Climate Change, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Livelihoods, Political Economies Keywords: degrowth, gender inequality, sustainability, work sharing, gender working time equality, caring economy

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    Understanding the Vulnerability, Resilience and Adaptive Capacity of Households in Rural Victorian Towns in the Context of Long-Term Water Insecurity

    Stebbing, M.S., M. Carey, M. Sinclair, and M. Sim. 2013. “Understanding the Vulnerability, Resilience and Adaptive Capacity of Households in Rural Victorian Towns in the Context of Long-Term Water Insecurity.” Australasian Journal of Water Resources 17 (2): 193-201.

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    Topics: Agriculture, Economies, Environment, Climate Change, Health, Households, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation, Security, Food Security Regions: Oceania Countries: Australia Keywords: water security, water-supply, rural, water use, climate change adaptation

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    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

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    Climate Change Vulnerability, Impacts, and Adaptation: Why Does Gender Matter?

    Denton, Fatma. 2002. “Climate Change Vulnerability, Impacts, and Adaptation: Why Does Gender Matter?” Gender and Development 10 (2): 10–20.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Poverty, Environment, Climate Change, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality

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    Gender and Climate Change-Induced Conflict in Pastoral Communities: Case Study of Turkana in Northwestern Kenya

    Omolo, Nancy A. 2010. “Gender and Climate Change-Induced Conflict in Pastoral Communities: Case Study of Turkana in Northwestern Kenya.” African Journal on Conflict Resolution 10 (2): 81-102.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Economies, Poverty, Environment, Climate Change, Environmental Disasters, Gender, Women, Livelihoods, Security, Human Security Regions: Africa, East Africa Countries: Kenya

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    Markets and Gender Interaction in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: A Case of the Coastal Kenya Sedentary Farm Households’ Experiences

    Danda, Kengo, Samuel Bimbuzi, Saeed Mwaguni, Festus Murithi, and Hemedi Mkuzi. 2014. “Markets and Gender Interaction in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: A Case of the Coastal Kenya Sedentary Farm Households’ Experiences.” Journal of Environment and Earth Science 4 (7): 12–17.

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    Topics: Displacement & Migration, Economies, Environment, Climate Change, Gender, Households, Livelihoods Regions: Africa, East Africa Countries: Kenya

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    Climate Change: Learning from Gender Analysis and Women’s Experiences of Organizing for Sustainable Development

    Dankelman, Irene. 2002. “Climate Change: Learning from Gender Analysis and Women’s Experiences of Organizing for Sustainable Development.” Gender and Development 10 (2): 21–29.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Economic Inequality, Poverty, Environment, Climate Change, Gender, Women, Gender Analysis, Globalization, International Organizations, Political Participation

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    Uncertain Predictions, Invisible Impacts, and the Need to Mainstream Gender in Climate Change Adaptations

    Nelson, Valerie, Kate Meadows, Terry Cannon, John Morton, and Adrienne Martin. 2002. “Uncertain Predictions, Invisible Impacts, and the Need to Mainstream Gender in Climate Change Adaptations.” Gender and Development 10 (2): 51–59.

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    Topics: Agriculture, Economies, Poverty, Environment, Climate Change, Gender, Gender Analysis, Gender Mainstreaming

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    The Gender Dimensions of Poverty and Climate Change Adaptation

    Demetriades, Justina, and Emily Esplen. 2008. “The Gender Dimensions of Poverty and Climate Change Adaptation.” IDS Bulletin 39 (4): 24-31.

    Topics: Economies, Poverty, Environment, Climate Change, Gender

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    Gender Disparities in Water Resource Management Projects in Njoro Sub-County, Kenya

    Wambu, Charles K., and Moses Kindiki. 2015. “Gender Disparities in Water Resource Management Projects in Njoro Sub-County, Kenya.” International Journal of Social Science Studies 3 (2): 123–29. doi: 10.11114/ijsss.v3i2.703.

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    Topics: Development, Economies, Economic Inequality, Environment, Climate Change, Gender, Gender Roles, Gendered Discourses, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation, Rights, Property Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, East Africa Countries: Kenya Keywords: gender disparities, water resource management, gender, equity

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