2 edition of Gender and environment, land and livelihoods found in the catalog.
Gender and environment, land and livelihoods
Written in English
|Series||Sussex theses ; S 5749|
|Contributions||Institute of Development Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 243 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||243|
Gender, Land and Livelihood in South Asia 3 However, for several reasons, according to Dr. Agarwal, land solely in men's hands need not guarantee female welfare. First, in large parts of South Asia, there is a systematic bias against women and female children in intra-household sharing of benefits from male-controlled resources. “Gender the Key to Successful Development Programming” GENDER & LIVELIHOODS Much of Southern Africa faces vast food insecurity and unsustainable livelihoods. The high prevalence of HIV throughout the region has further eroded food security and the livelihood asset base MostFile Size: KB. Gendered Dimensions of Land and Rural Livelihoods: The Case of New Settler Farmer Displacement at Nuanetsi Ranch, Mwenezi District, Zimbabwe. Brighton, UK: Land Deals Politics Initiative. Author: Patience Mutopo. Abstract: The bio fuels boom has recently been gaining much currency in Zimbabwe. This guide aims at making the often hidden link between gender considerations and the environment visible. It does not have the ambition of a reference guide book but rather aims at providing an introduction focussing on the basic knowledge of gender related aspects of water, energy, land management, chemicals management, climate change.
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Linking livelihoods and gender analysis for achieving gender transformative change 3 as land, capital equipment and financial capital have long been a focus of farm and farmer (male and female) economic analyses, the inclusion of a wider range of assets, and their significance not land and livelihoods book for making a living, but also for making livingFile Gender and environment KB.
PDF | On Jan 1,Bernadette P. Resurrección and others published Gender and environment from ‘women, environment and development’ to feminist political ecology | Find, read and cite all.
Rural livelihoods and gender. Gender and Land issues. The changes in market demand, technology and environment have created new. opportunities for : Sohela Nazneen. In the early s, an interest in women and their connection with the environment was sparked, largely by a book written by Esther Boserup entitled Woman's Role in Economic Development.
Starting in the s, policy makers and governments became more mindful of the connection between the environment and gender issues. Changes began to be made regarding natural resource and environmental. Women Reclaiming Sustainable Land and livelihoods book Spaces Lost and Spaces Gained Wendy Harcourt (ed.) Women Reclaiming Sustainable Livelihoods is an edited volume of exciting contributions aimed at challenging the inequalities inherent in gender relations Gender and environment livelihoods within the context of current economic development Gender and environment and agricultural and community practices.
Book Description. This book is about the gender dimensions of natural resource exploitation and management, with a focus on Asia.
It explores the uneasy negotiations between theory, policy and practice that are often evident within the realm of gender, environment and natural resource management, especially where gender is understood as a political, negotiated and contested element.
Annex 1: Outline on Gender-Environment-Poverty Tools for Fostering Positive Dynamics in Sustainable Development Sector Strategies and Operations Annex 2: Literature Review on Gender, Environment, and Poverty: A Political Ecology Approach Annex 3: Summary of the Online Discussion Gender and environment Linking Gender, Land and livelihoods book, and Environment forFile Size: 4MB.
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Editor(s) Bernadette P. Resurreccion and Rebecca Elmhirst. Keywords. Gender, environment, natural resource management, Natural Resource Governance, Coastal Resource Management, Multi-Local Livelihoods, Women’s Land Rights, Sustainable Development, Patronage-driven Participation, Fisheries Management, Microcredit, Conservation, Insider/Outsider Politics.
Land and livelihoods book this essay I explore the economic, social, environmental and cultural changes taking place in Bolsena, Italy, where agricultural livelihoods have rapidly diminished in the last two decades. I examine how gender dynamics have land and livelihoods book with the changing values and livelihoods of Bolsena through three women’s narratives detailing their gendered experiences of environment, community and by: 4.
Although climate change affects everybody it is not gender neutral. It has significant social impacts and magnifies existing inequalities such as the Gender and environment between women and men in their vulnerability and ability to cope with this global phenomenon.
This new textbook, edited by one of the authors of land and livelihoods book seminal Women and the Environment in the Third World: Alliance for the Future ( For instance, gender analysis has illustrated that people with secure tenure rights invest in land with Gender and environment long-term view, but their ability to do so can be compromised by lack of access to economic or other resources vital to the maintenance of their livelihoods (Mackenzie ; Leach a, p.
18). In rural Africa and the Middle East, many ecosystems are on the verge of collapse. The interplay of social, ecological, and political-economic forces has compromised the ability of farmers to sustain their precious soil. As a result, farmers, and especially women farmers, face a.
National Gender Profile of Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods – Ghana. Country Gender Assessment Series, Accra. The designations employed and the presentation of material in this information product do not imply the expressionFile Size: 1MB. Gender Issues in Designing Compulsory and Voluntary Savings Products Gender and Microinsurance: Key Questions Gender Issues in Designing Remittance Services Microcredit Plans as a Tool for Self-Help Groups Lao PDR: Land Titling, Credit, and Gender Steps in a Value Chain Analysis United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Entity for Gender Equality the report examines the relationship between women and natural resources in peacebuilding contexts, reviewing key issues across three main categories of resources: land, renewable and extractive resources.
on livelihoods and economic revitalization, as well. Environment and Energy Group is committed to strengthening gender mainstreaming in all of its pro- grammes. Gender mainstreaming is a strategy that requires assessment of any planned action to identify.
EkoRural’s work in the Central Highlands of Ecuador is mostly with women farmers. This past Women’s Day on March 8th, one of EkoRural’s interns, Ginette Walls, gave a presentation on Gender and the Environment.
She discussed feminist theory, the difference between gender and sex, and between masculinity and femininity. Ginette presented a timeline of the. Read the full-text online edition of Gender, Land and Livelihoods in East Africa: Through Farmers' Eyes ().
Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Gender, Land and Livelihoods in East Africa. The book looks at the role of social institutions and the politics of policy, as well as issues of identity, gender and generation. The relationships between sustainability and livelihoods are examined, and the book situates livelihoods analysis within a wider political economy of environmental and agrarian change.
In this episode of Between the Lines, IDS researcher Ian Scoones talks about his book, Sustainable Livelihoods and Rural Development. It’s part of a series of small books for big ideas. The book looks at the role of social institutions and the politics of policy, as well as issues of identity, gender and generation.
Ian argues that livelihoods. Ethical Trade, Gender and Sustainable Livelihoods book. Women Smallholders and Ethicality in Kenya.
Ethical Trade, Gender and Sustainable Livelihoods In particular, the local environment, labour relations, access to inputs (resources and land), consumption practices and conflicts over these, market access and governance shape how women.
Gender, Land, and Livelihoods in East Africa sustain their soils and negotiate a plethora of competing demands and constraints in an increasingly stressful economic environment. With extensive use of personal narratives and photographs from the farmers of Maragoli, this book demonstrates that soil degradation is not simply a function of.
and livelihoods. Among those most affected are women and girls, given the precariousness of their livelihoods, the burden of securing shelter, food, water and fuel that largely falls on them, and the constraints on their access to land and natural resources.
As the global community grapples with the challenges of sustainable. This book through detailed ethnographic methodology investigates the role women play in a post fast track land environment. The author examines how the hidden access to land, enabled the women to engage in agro based livelihoods and transitory mobility through social networks (WorldCat).
Get this from a library. Gender and natural resource management: livelihoods, mobility and interventions. [Babette P Resurreccion; Rebecca Elmhirst;] -- Using empirical material from a number of Asian countries, this book explores gender-environment relations within shifting configurations of resource access and control.
The author argues that. This book, edited by Nicola Piper, discusses theoretical and empirical developments in international migration from a gender perspective. Its main objective is to analyse the diversification and stratification of gendered migratory streams with regard to.
Since the Conference on Human Environment in Sweden, the issue of gender has been discussed internationally in different fora. The discussions are in realisation of the role of gender in resources access, control and shaping the ecological processes.
Although, the connection between gender and the environment is not obvious and direct, examining gender on the basis of: the roles and Author: David Owino Manoa. gender sensitization processes within organizations, sustainable land use-activities; or environment and development legislation, awareness raising, advocacy, and lobbying.
The reality, in which people live, shows, however, that these issues cannot be dealt withFile Size: KB. Gender and Natural Resource Management Livelihoods, Mobility and Interventions 1 Gender, Environment and Natural Resource Management: New Dimensions, New Debates 3 land tenure and gender.
She has worked closely with ethnic groups in the north ofFile Size: 1MB. This book is about the gender dimensions of natural resource exploitation and management, with a focus on Asia.
It explores the uneasy negotiations between theory, policy and practice that are often evident within the realm of gender, environment and natural resource management, especially where gender is understood as a political, negotiated and contested element Cited by: Gender-based Research Methodology: International Development Research Centre.
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ix–xv. This book documents the impact of top-down planning on women and communities. Macrolevel forestry policies have had differing microlevel impacts on various communities in Sarawak. Common to all is a change in livelihoods as a result of a loss of entitlements to land, forest, and water resources.
The book examines post-conflict initiatives spanning a broad range of natural resource‒based livelihoods, including agricultural development, land tenure, pastoralism, fisheries and coastal management, forest governance, protected area management and ecotourism, and disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR).
Gendered livelihoods and the politics of socio-environmental identity: women’s participation in conservation projects in Calakmul, Mexico Claudia Radel* Department of Environment & Society, Utah State University, Logan, UTUnited States A livelihoods approach positions individuals, situated within households, as active agents.
Gender and the environment: recent initiatives to improve sustainable development policy, planning and practice. Hausler S. PIP: This article describes the conceptual transition between a women, environment, and development (WED) approach to planning and policy development and a gender, environment, and sustainable development (GED) by: 2.
and livelihoods between COP16 and COP17, to be held in late in South Africa. The decisions essentially provided for the development of a toolkit to assess the impacts of CITES listings on livelihoods; the preparation of guidelines on preventing and mitigating any negative impacts on livelihoods; and conducting relevant caseFile Size: 2MB.
This book is about the gender dimensions of natural resource exploitation and management, with a focus on Asia.
It explores the uneasy negotiations between theory, policy and practice that are often evident within the realm of gender, environment and natural resource management, especially where gender is understood as a political, negotiated and contested element of social relationships.
Get this from a library. Gender, land and livelihoods in East Africa: through farmers' eyes. [Ritu Verma; International Development Research Centre (Canada),] -- This book illustrates in rich detail the complexity and diversity of women's lives in Maragoli, western Kenya, as they work to sustain their soils and negotiate a plethora of competing demands and.
Gender and Environment Resource Center Providing knowledge on gender and environment issues, pdf approaches, technical support, policy developments and capacity building to ensure gender equality and environment outcomes are realized.
Gender and the Land Access and Tenure Security Project This book of case studies represents a.Ginette presented three topics demonstrating the intersection of gender and environment, and the importance of doing gender analyses when looking at environmental and energy issues.
One example was the gender and national disasters (which are being exacerbated by climate change) and the Indonesian tsunami.ebook relations suggest for new possibilities of world-making. Feminist political ecology: interconnections of gender, environment and livelihoods I take as my principle method of enquiry feminist stand-point theory, which examines the experiences of women in order to analyze how they experience and know differentlyCited by: 4.