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Year: 2008
In many developing countries, women are responsible both for securing energy for the household and producing crops
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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: 2007
It is important that the Cartagena Protocol of the Convention on Biological Diversity recognizes that the impact of introducing GMOs could be gender-differentiated because men and women have different knowledges, needs and vulnerabilities
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This fact sheet summarises how the use and development of genetic resources, if carried out without taking into consideration the needs and practices of communities, could endanger their livelihoods
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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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A fundamental characteristic of the NBSAPs should be the active involvement of all social groups in their elaboration
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