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Gender and Social Impacts(203)
Though Climate Change affects everyone, there are gender and sociopolitical and economic differences in impacts and adaptive capacities. For example, women from poor communities are highly dependent on local natural resource and often disproportionately vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.
08 February 2018
08 September 2016
10 January 2013
07 July 2014
The Climate Change Commission, together with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Australian Government, jointly hosted the launch event of Project Climate Twin Phoenix Reports.
10 June 2014
09 December 2013
Adaptation Strategies / Adaptation-Mitigation Nexus, Coastal Zone Management, Community Based Adaptation, Disaster Risk Reduction, Ecosystems Based Adaptation, Forecast and Assessment, Gender and Social Impacts, Loss and Damage, Mountainous Regions, Natural Resources and Agriculture, Private Sector, Urban Areas and Infrastructure
02 December 2013