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What’s Gender Got to Do with it? Global Gender & Environment Outlook - Consumption & Waste

11 Apr 2019

This story map on consumption and waste explores just some of the findings of GGEO. Controlling the ecological effects of excess consumption and managing waste are among the highest global environmental priorities. Neither waste nor consumption are gender-neutral. Understanding the gendered dimensions of both will enhance policy-making towards a sustainable future.

Seager J, Shalem Y, Baker E, Thygesen K, Schoolmeester T, Bhakta D. 2019. What’s Gender Got To Do With It? Story Map, GRID-Arendal

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