Gender, agrobiodiversity, and climate change: A study of adaptation practices in the Nepal Himalayas
By Basundhara Bhattarai, Ruth Beilin, and Rebecca Ford
This paper explores how gender relations are influenced by wider socio-economic changes, and how alterations in gender relations shape responses to climate change. They argue that the prevailing development paradigm reinforces inequitable gender structures in agrobiodiversity management, undermining adaptation to the changing climate. Click here to access the article from the publisher’s site.