Advancing Gender in the Environment: Exploring the Triple Nexus of Gender Inequality, State Fragility, and Climate Change

Strategic Objective
Integration
Topics
Ecosystem-based Adaptation, Climate Policy, Conflict and Governance, Gender and Social Inclusion, Natural Resource Management, Resilience, Self-Reliance
Region
Global

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