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1. Ariyabandu, M. M. (2000) “Impact of Hazards on Women and Children’s Situation in South Asia”. Paper presented at Reaching Women and Children In Disasters Conference. Miami, USA. 

2. Briceno. S (2005) “Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction”. High-Level Panel on the Occasion of the International Women’s Commission on the Status of Women (CSW): New York ISDR Secretariat: Geneva. 

3. Brody, A., Demetriades, J., and Esplen, E (2008). “Gender and Climate Change: Mapping the Linkages - A Scoping Study on Knowledge and Gaps”. As found in

4. Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA, 2007) “Gender Equality and Climate Change Why consider gender equality when taking action on climate change?”

5. Commission on the Status of Women (2008). Emerging Issues: Gender Perspectives on Climate Change. Interactive Panel at the 52nd. Session of the CSW. New York.

6. Dankelman, I. (2002) "Climate change: learning from gender analysis and women's experiences of organising for sustainable development". Gender and Development Vol 10, no 2.

7. Denton, F. (2002) “Climate change vulnerability, impacts, and adaptation: Why does gender matter?” Gender and Development 10 (2).

8. Duncan, K. (2006) Climate change, health, and women. Climate Change and Health Impacts Atlantic Conference 2006. St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, March 23-24

9. Duncan, K. (2007) “Global climate change and women’s health.” Women and Environments International Magazine, N74/75-Spring/Summer 2007.

10. Enarson, E. (2006) Women and Disaster, SWS Fact Sheet.

11. ENDA Tiers Monde, IRADe (2004). Is the Gender Dimension of the Climate Change Debate Forgotten? Engendering the Climate Debate: Vulnerability, Adaptation, Mitigation and Financial Mechanisms. Report from a side event at COP 8 in New Delhi.

12. Gendercc _ Women for Climate Justice (2007). Position papers UNFCCC COP 13 on Future Climate Regime, Financing Mitigation and Adaptation, Avoided Deforestation, Agrofuels, and Nuclear Energy, found at

13. Hannan, C. (2002) Mainstreaming gender perspectives in environmental management and mitigation of disasters. Division for the Advancement of Women United Nations Paper presented at the Roundtable Panel and Discussion organized by The United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women and the NGO Committee on the Status of Women.

14. Hemmati M., Roehr, U. ( 2007) “A huge challenge and a narrow discourse”. Women and Environments International Magazine, N74/75-Spring/Summer 2007.

15. Hemmati, M. (2005) “Gender and Climate Change in the North: Issues, Entry Points and Strategies for the Post-2012 Process and Beyond”. Edited by genanet, Frankfurt.

16. Lambrou, Y.; Piana, G. (2005) “Gender: the missing component in the response to climate change”. Edited by FAO, Rome

17. Madre/gendercc (2007): Position paper on Agrofuels; UNFCCC COP 13, Bali, Indonesia, Dec 2007.

18. Mitchell, T., Tanner, TM, and Lussier, K. (2007) “We know what we need. South Asian women speak out on climate change adaptation.” Institute of Development Studies and Action Aid International, Johannesburg. Found at

19. Neumayer, E. and Pluemper, T. (2007) "The Gendered Nature of Disasters: The impact of catastrophic events on the gender gap in life expectancy”, 1981_2002". Found at

20. Oxfam (2005) “The tsunami’s impact on women.” Found at

21. Peterson, K. (2007) "Reaching out to women when disaster strikes". Found at Template.cfm?Section=White_Papers&Template=/CM/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=4747.

22. Pinto, A (2007) “Gender issues in the carbon calamity world.” India; 18 November 2007 Side event paper COP 13.

23. Roehr, U. (2006) “Gender relations in international climate change negotiations”. Found at

24. Roehr, U; Hemmati, M (2008) “Solidarity in the greenhouse. Gender equality and climate change.” Grovers, V. (ed): Kyoto: Ten Years and Still Counting. Oxford & IBH.

25. Schwoebel, M. H., and Menon, G. (2004) Mainstreaming gender in disaster management support project. Washington, DC: Center for Development and Population Activities.

26. Skutsch, M. (2002) ''Protocols, treaties and action: the ‘climate change process' through gender spectacles''. Gender and Development. Vol.10, No. 2,

27. Spitzner, M. (2006). “Women at the crossroads with transportation, the environment and the economy : experiences and challenges in Germany.” Women & Environment, 2006, 70/71

28. Spitzner, M., Weiler, F., Andi, R., Turner, J. (2007): Urban mobility and gender. Promoting the regional public transport system in the greater Jakarta area. Focus on Development Policy , KfW Entwicklungsbank Position Paper. Found at.

29. The Council of Women World Leaders (CWWL), the Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO) and the Heinrich Boll Foundation (2007). “How a changing climate impacts women.” Report of High-level Roundtable.

30. UN Economic and Social Council, Commission on Sustainable Development (2006/2007). Background and position papers for CSD-14 and 15. Found at

31. WEDO (2008) Gender, Climate Change and Human Security. Lessons from Bangladesh, Ghana and Senegal.