Thursday, May 19, 2011
PUBLICATION: Gendered dimensions of disaster risk management, natural resource management, and climate change adaptation in the Pacific
Disasters and climate change result in numerous impacts on people, their communities, and their environments...An understanding of the gendered dimensions of disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation, and natural resource management will help illuminate social and cultural vulnerability". Cheryl Anderson's SPC Women in Fisheries Information Bulletin examines the intersection of disaster risk management, climate change adaptation, and natural resource management with a lens towards gender.
Full text available here (pdf).
Links to this post: