Gender Dimension of Climate Change Research in Agriculture: Case Studies in Southeast Asia

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Paris, Thelma Romero, and Maria Fay Rola-Rubzen, eds. 2018. Gender Dimension of Climate Change Research in Agriculture: Case Studies in Southeast Asia. Wagingen: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).

Authors: Thelma Romero Paris, Maria Fay Rola-Rubzen

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Summary:
This book presents the gender dimensions of the relationship between agriculture and climate change. It explores whether men and women farmers experience similar or different vulnerabilities and coping mechanisms or adaptation measures in response to climate change risks. It identifies gender gaps in access to resources, information, services, technologies, training, finance, etc., which enable or constrain men and women to adopt CSA and practices, as well as presents examples of Participatory Vulnerability Analysis and participatory action research, which incorporate a gender dimension. (Summary from CCAFS)

Topics: Agriculture, Environment, Climate Change, Gender Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia

Year: 2018

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