Gender and Environment
Evidence from feminist research and gender studies suggests that gender plays a significant role in relation to environmental issues. This is exemplified by unequal access to economic resources and political decision-making, as well as by the outcomes of gender-based divisions of labour. It can be generally assumed that nearly all environmental problems have strong gender relevance, whether in terms of their root causes, the impact on individuals concerning adverse consequences, or in the context of devising solutions. An analysis of gender relations and other forms of social inequality such as age, income or cultural background facilitates a more nuanced delineation of the problem. Moreover, it also facilitates the creation of action strategies tailored to diverse target groups, thereby enhancing effectiveness.
- Gender and Environmental Awareness
- Gender Impact Assessement for the BMU
- EUPOPP - Political Strategies and Tools to Promote Sustainable Consumption
- Gender Impact Assessment of the EU-Programme "Enviroment and Sustainable Development"
- Gender Impact Assessment for the City of Bremen
- Gender Impact Assessment in Radiation Protection and Environment
- Gender Mainstreaming in the National Park Eifel
- Gender Mainstreaming in two Saxon Hospitals
- Gender equality as a contribution to successful climate policy
- Meta-Analysis of Gender and Research in Europe
- Gender, Sustainable Consumption and Environmental Load
- micle – Climate Change, Changes to the Environment and Migration in Sahel
- RARE - Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe
- Target Group Orientation and Gender Specific Design for Consumer Policies