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Nov 23 2022

Climate Change: Women take the Heat

South Africa's Climate Change Bill does not incorporate the consideration of the country’s gender inequality.

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Ana María Rodríguez Pereira, Faith Ebere Onuh, Lizbeth Quezada, Nana Abuelsoud, and Noelene Nabulivou.
Year of Publication 
2022
Citation 
Pereira, A., Nabulivo, N., Abuelsoud, N., Onuh, F., & Quezada, L. (2022). Feministas del Sur reflexionan sobre la 66ª sesión de la Comisión de la Condición Jurídica y Social de la Mujer. Haciendo realidad la justicia sexual y reproductiva.
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Gina Cortés Valderrama, Valeria Peláez Cardona, Agnes Mirembe, Fatou Ndoye, Maria Victoria Bojacá, Sevidzem Ernestine Leikeki, Sarah Fisher Davis.
Year of Publication 
2022
Citation 
Valderrama, G. C., Peláez Cardona, V., Mirembe, A., Ndoye, F., Bojacá, M. V., & Leikeki, S. E. (2022). (rep.). Transformative Pathways: Climate and Gender-Just Alternatives to Intersecting Crises. Women Engage for a Common Future.
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Charu Lata, Akanksha Golchha, Poonam Sandhu, Jessica Korsh, and Charlotte Steiner, Sagar Junagade, and Naimisha Joshi
Year of Publication 
2022
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NRDC, AREAS, & SEWA. (2022, June). Hariyali Green Villages: Women-Led Climate and Clean Energy Solutions for Prosperity in Rural India. Natural Resources Defense Council.
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Beth Goldblatt and Shireen Hassim
Year of Publication 
2022
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Goldblatt, B., Hassim, S. (2022). ‘Grass in the cracks’: Gender, social reproduction and climate justice in the Xolobeni struggle. https://wiser.wits.ac.za/system/files/seminar/GoldblattHassim2022.pdf.
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