This paper tests that assumption and finds that ensuring that energy access provides benefits to women requires much more than simply providing energy
Renewable Energy and Jobs – Annual Review 2017 presents the status of renewable energy employment, both by technology and in selected countries, over the past year.
This webinar recording, “Addressing gender considerations in large-scale energy infrastructure polices and project development” is part of the GECCO Energy Webinar Series.
A full report on this dataset is coming soon! The Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions cooperate in the protection of human health and the environment from the negative effects of hazardous pollutants. This Environment and Gender Information (EGI) platform analysis explores how women are represented as delegates to the Conferences of the Parties (COPs), members […]
This webinar recording, “Innovative finance: Unlocking women’s entrepreneurship and energy access” is part of the GECCO Energy Webinar Series.
The Restoration Opportunities Assessment Methodology (ROAM) was developed by IUCN and the World Resources Institute (WRI) to assist countries in identifying opportunities for forest landscape restoration (FLR), analysing priority areas at a national or sub-national level, and designing and implementing FLR interventions. As part of IUCN’s effort to update the methodology, these guidelines have been developed to ensure the application of […]
This Environment and Gender Information (EGI) platform analysis explores how women and gender equality considerations are included and addressed in Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) county action documents.
Shared Resources, Joint Solutions (SRJS) is an expansive programme that spans 16 countries and focuses on increasing food and water security and climate resilience. Gender equality and inclusivity principles are key, cross-cutting goals of the SRJS programme.
This technical brief provides guidance to energy organizations interested in adopting such frameworks. It sets out processes and steps for an organization to follow when incorporating gender concerns into its projects, procedures, work ethic and overall structure.
This paper examines public-private partnership (PPP) projects through a gender lens, and identifies opportunities and entry points for integrating a gender and poverty dimension into PPP infrastructure projects from the preparation stage through a social assessment as well as within the PPP policy and regulatory framework.