Global Climate Policy and Climate Justice: A Feminist Social Provisioning Approach

Citation:

Power, Marilyn. 2009. “Global Climate Policy and Climate Justice: A Feminist Social Provisioning Approach.” Challenge 52 (1): 47–66.

Author: Marilyn Power

Abstract:

Feminist economics often includes a broader definition of well-being than does conventional economic theory. The author applies such analysis to global climate policy. Not least of her concerns is that such policies affect countries differently. A deeper and more nuanced cooperation is needed worldwide to develop optimal climate policies.

Topics: Economies, Feminist Economics, Environment, Climate Change, Feminisms

Year: 2009

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