Changing the climate: Why gender matters to achieving equitable sustainable development

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Achieving sustainable development and food and nutrition security in a changing climate requires addressing the fundamental issue of gender inequality whilst building the adaptive capacity of both men and women. Here we review lessons from practical approaches to integrating gender into community-based adaptation and food and nutrition security in Ghana and Bangladesh.

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