This summary gathers top considerations and recommendations from IUCN’s expansive study on Gender-based Violence and Environment Linkages: The Violence of Inequality. Published in this critical post-2020 period of environmental decision-making, and with less than a decade to meet targets of the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, this summary is designed to support policymakers and implementers to address and respond to GBV and environment links.
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- IUCN (2021). Gender-Based Violence and Environment Linkages: Summary for Policymakers. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN.
- Accessing and Controlling Natural Resources, Addressing Gender-Based Violence, Decision Making, Gendered Work Burdens, Land and Resource Rights, Protecting Defenders
- Adaptation and Resilience, Climate Change, Conservation, Deforestation, Deforestation and Degradation, Food Security, Forest Degradation, Health Impacts, Human-Wildlife Conflict, Illegal Wildlife Trade, Indigenous Women, Social Inclusion and Intersectionality, Wildlife, Wildlife Management, Women Environmental Human Rights Defenders
- Agriculture, Artisanal Mining, Energy and Infrastructure, Extractives, Farming, Firewood Collection, Fish Product Processing, Fisheries, Forests, Illegal Logging, Illegal Mining, Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing, Large-Scale Extractives, Large-Scale mining, Logging, Non-Timber Forest Products, Protected Areas, Rangers, Water, Water Access, Water Collection, Water Management, Wild-Caught Fisheries
- AGENT, GBV Center, IUCN