Women and gender: Lessons learned from SANREM
Flora, Cornelia B.
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This presentation considers economic security, social inclusion, and a healthy ecosystem to stem from seven forms of capital. These forms of capital are crucial for adapting to climate change. This PowerPoint discusses the gendered aspects of natural, cultural, human, social, political, financial, and built capital as they relate to climate change. Enhancing all seven form of women’s capital is critical for climate change mitigation and adaptation.
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