Resilience, power, culture, and climate: A case study from semi-arid Tanzania and new research directions
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The impacts of climate change are likely to have many gender and equity dimensions. However, very little research exists to guide gender-sensitive approaches in adapting to climate change. The authors of this article examine the impacts of increased variability on gender and equity dimensions of access to resources, knowledge, labor, and decision-making related to agricultural enterprises. They provide a case study on agricultural adaptations to climate change in Dodoma, Tanzania, and call for further research concerning equitable responses and adaptations to climate change.