Ecofeminism and Climate Change : Volume 3 Issue 1 , Open Access


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Gender in the nationally determined contributions of African countries: a way forward for effective implementation of adaptation and mitigation strategies

Charlotte Remteng, Johnson Nkem, Linus Mofor, James Murombedzi

This paper aims to provide an analysis of gender strategies in the planning, programmes towards the implementation of Africa’s Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). It…


Improving women's energy access, rights and equitable sustainable development: a Ghanaian perspective

De-Graft Owusu-Manu, David Mensah Sackey, Dickson Osei-Asibey, Rachelle Kyerewah Agyapong, David John Edwards

The purpose of the study is to investigate the challenges in improving women's energy access, rights and equitable sustainable development from a Ghanaian perspective.


Ecological restoration through natural regeneration in Chunati Wildlife Sanctuary – a protected area of South-East Bangladesh

Abdullah Al Mamun, Mohammed Kamal Hossain, Md. Akhter Hossain

In this paper, the authors show that ecological restoration potential through natural regeneration of degraded tropical rainforest is possible. This is significant because at…

Bishnoi community model: an Indian Ecological Feminist approach to environment protection

Payal Mago, Reena Bhatiya, Nupur Gosain, Deekshant Awasthi

As a solution to these crises, bringing back the feminine sensitivity can become a welcome change. The Bishnoi community, in particular, propagated Eco-feminism for the cause of…






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