Research

 
 
Photo credit: SHU

Photo credit: SHU

“GENDER EQUALITY IN CLIMATE FINANCE: PROGRESS AND ASPIRATIONS”

Research article about UN climate funds and their gender-sensitive policies and approaches, written by Renata Koch Alvarenga and Dr. Catherine Tinker, published on Volume XX of the Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations of Seton Hall University, on the edition “Diplomacy: The Future is Female”.

 
Photo credit: PWESCR

Photo credit: PWESCR

“women and the green economy: engaging with the new development bank”

Position paper written by Govind Kelkar and Sudeshna Sengupta, organized by the BRICS Feminist Watch and the Programme on Women's Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (PWESCR), about the green economy and the feminist perspective, especially in the BRICS countries.

 
Photo credit: IUCN

Photo credit: IUCN

“Forests & Gender”

Book published by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), in collaboration with the Women’s Environment & Development Organization, about gender and forest policies, including REDD+, as well as country case studies.

 
Photo credit: World Rainforest Movement

Photo credit: World Rainforest Movement

“WOMEN IN FORESTRY: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES”

Report by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations about the roles of women and men in forestry and agroforestry systems in developing countries, including policies to empower women in the forest sector - affecting food security and nutrition and the sustainable management of forests.

 
Photo credit: Sven Torfinn/ENERGIA

Photo credit: Sven Torfinn/ENERGIA

“Gender in the transition to sustainable energy for all: From evidence to inclusive policies”

Publication by ENERGIA, the International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy, funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID). It synthesizes the findings of a five-year research programme by ENERGIA's Gender and Energy Research Programme, about the intersectionality between gender and the impacts of modern energy services, as well as access to energy and female empowerment.

 
Photo Credit: Global Compact Brazil Network

Photo Credit: Global Compact Brazil Network

“women and sanitation”

Report by BRK Ambiental, in partnership with the Global Compact Brazil Network, about the relation between women and access to water/sanitation, with a specific focus on the situation in Brazil.

 
Photo credit: WEDO

Photo credit: WEDO

“Training Manual on Gender and Climate Change”

This manual has been produced by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). It is a manual with the purpose to be a tool to increase the capacity of decision makers to develop gender-responsive climate change policies and strategies.

 
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Photo credit: CIEL

“Delivering on the Paris Promises: Combating Climate Change while Protecting Rights”

Recommendations for the Negotiations of the Paris Rule Book on human rights for climate action. Produced by CIEL – Center for International Environmental Law.

 
Photo credit: WEDO

Photo credit: WEDO

“GENDER JUST CLIMATE SOLUTIONS”

Publication developed by the Women and Gender Constituency (WGC), showcasing the winners of the Gender Just Climate Solutions Award in various categories.

 
Photo credit: DAWN

Photo credit: DAWN

“Linking Gender, Economic And Ecological Justice: Feminist Perspectives From Latin America”

E-book by Alejandra Santillana Ortiz, of DAWN (Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era). It provides an analysis on the interlinkages between gender, economic and climate justice issues.

 
Photo credit: GGCA

Photo credit: GGCA

“gender and climate change: a closer look at existing evidence”

Report by the Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA) assessing the impact of climate change on gender, as well as how climate adaptation decisions vary by gender. Published in November 2016.

 
Photo credit: WEDO

Photo credit: WEDO

“pocket guide to gender equality under the unfccc”

The 2018 edition of the “Pocket Guide to Gender Equality Under the UNFCCC” was developed by the European Capacity Building Initiative (ecbi) has a throughout explanation about the progress of including gender equality in global climate policy.