Gender Inequality, Biodiversity Loss, and Environmental Degradation - CARE

Gender Inequality, Biodiversity Loss, and Environmental Degradation

In collaboration with the CARE-WWF Alliance, EnGen Collaborative conducted a literature review as a critical step in responding to the question: What is the cost of biodiversity loss and environmental degradation on gender equality? The research unearthed several findings about the relationship between gender and the environment, but what is most noteworthy are the gaps that emerged. The identified linkages and gaps will support the development of future CARE-WWF Alliance programming, learning and advocacy. Find the executive summary through the first download link and the full literature review on the second.

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