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by Cai Yiping
Titi Soentoro
Guest Editor

Dancing for Rain: Droughts for Women in Nepal
by Sabrina Regmi

Through the Debris and Dryness in Liberia
by Rosemary Olive Mbone Enie

My House Underwater
by Rasheda Begum

Delivering the Delta from the Spills of Shell
by Ayibakuro Warder

Engendering Equity in Ecuador's Ecosystem
by Ivonne Yanez

When Women's Power is Wisely Used in Negros
by Romana delos Reyes

The Women and Gender Constituency in the Climate Negotiations
by Gotelind Alber

Red Alert on REDD
by Anastasia Pinto

Water and Women in East Africa
by Annabell Waititu

Women's Bodies in War and Climate Change in Pakistan
by Bushra Khaliq

Gender Links in Agriculture and Climate Change
by Ma. Dolores Bernabe and Ma. Estrella Penunia


When Blessing Becomes a Curse in the Niger Delta
by Betty Abah

No Dole Outs for Women and Ecological Debt
by Magda Lanuza

Perishing Pest and Pride: Indigenous Women and Climate Change
by Eleanor P. Dictaan-Bang-oa

The Population Bomb is Back with a Global Warming Twist
by Betsy Hartmann and Elizabeth Barajas-Roman

Que[e]r[y]ing the Climate Debates
by Nina Somera

Geoengineering a Gender Issue?
by Diana Bronson

False Solution to Climate Crisis Amplify Eco-injustices
by Khadija Sharife and Patrick Bond


Performance of Persistence: A March for Gender Justice in Climate Change
by Nina Somera

Why Climate Change is a Women's Problem
by Nina Somera

More From the Storyteller
Interview with Annie Leonard

by Nina Somera



The Burning Breeze of Bisasar
Interview with Sajida Khan

by Rehana Dada with Kathleen Millar


Chairs for Women in Climate Talks
by Shailendra Tashwant

A Clock Ticking
by Renato Redentor Constantino

Reproducing Life as Guide to Climate Politics
by Patrick Bond


Declaration of Women in Asia on Climate Change



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