This publication shares IUCN’s experiences in developing the world’s first gender-responsive national strategies and roadmaps on climate change. Different sections outline steps and elements of creating a climate change gender action plan (ccGAP) or REDD+ roadmap; present principles behind the strategies and what has worked best; detailed case studies highlighting sectors that demonstrate the gender dimensions of climate change in different national contexts; and provide recommendations on how to move forward.
The Art of Implementation: Gender Strategies Transforming National and Regional Climate Change Decision Making
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- IUCN (2012). The Art of Implementation: Gender Strategies Transforming National and Regional Climate Change Decision Making. IUCN and GGCA.
- Accessing and Controlling Natural Resources, Advancing Women's Participation and Leadership, Building Gender Knowledge and Capacities, Community, Corporate, Decision Making, Filling Knowledge and Data Gaps, Gender Action Plans and Planning, Gender-Responsive National Planning, Gendered Work Burdens, Good Practices, Governmental, Integrating Gender in the Project Cycle, International Representation, Land and Resource Rights, Networks, Women's Associations and Cooperatives
- Adaptation and Resilience, Climate Change, Climate Change Gender Action Plan, Climate Finance, Conservation, Deforestation and Degradation, Disaster Risk Management, Disaster Risk Reduction, Emissions Reduction, Energy Mitigation, Food Security, Health Impacts, Mitigation, Pollution, Chemicals and Waste, Readiness, REDD+, Social Inclusion and Intersectionality, Urban Planning
- Agriculture, Energy and Infrastructure, Farming, Food Security Resilience, Forests, Water
- Asia and the Pacific, Cameroon, Costa Rica, Egypt, Ghana, Haiti, Jordan, Latin America and the Caribbean, Liberia, Middle East and North Africa, Mozambique, Nepal, Panama, Sub-Saharan Africa, Tanzania (Republic of), Uganda
- Civil Society, Donors and Funds, Government
- Gender Action Plans