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Year: 2009
For many years there has been the assumption that the negative impacts of climate change and the efforts to mitigate them have similar effects on both women and men
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Year: 2009
Linking climate change to human development remains an important challenge, particularly because climate change is perceived by many as a purely scientific or technical issue
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Year: 2008
Although climate change impacts will affect all countries, its impacts will be differently distributed among different regions, generations, age classes, income groups, occupations and genders
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Year: 2008
Deforestation affects climate change because it releases the carbon stored in the plants and soils and alters the physical properties of the surface
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Year: 2008
Over the past two decades climate change has increasingly become recognized as a serious threat to sustainable development, with current and projected impacts on areas such as the environment, agriculture, energy, human health, food security, economic activity, natural resources and physical infrastructure
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Year: 2002
In most countries, conservation policies are focused on the conservation and protection of diverse ecosystems
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Gender makes a differnece in tourism for several reasons
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An indicator is a pointer
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To address the theme of gender and energy, it is necessary to understand how social inequalities affect energy use, management and access
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Women have a unique relationship with biodiversity and across the globe, women predominate as wild plant gatherers, home gardeners, plant domesticators, herbalists and seed custodians
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