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Annotated Bibliography of Key Papers with a Focus on Gender and Forest Landscapes (English)

This annotated bibliography summarizes papers identified by the author as providing relatively recent and helpful evidence and thinking on the intersection of gender and forests (broadly defined to include landscapes with forests and agroforestry). It aims to be useful to, and save time and effort of, project designers, researchers, development practitioners, and others with an interest in understanding the issues related to, and links between, forests and gender. It was developed through discussions with key forest experts, World Bank Group (WBG) staff and Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) researchers and government and non-governmental partners and a review of literature and web-based resources.

Details

  • Author

    Kristjanson,Patti

  • Document Date

    2017/01/01

  • Document Type

    Report

  • Report Number

    148135

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    Other, The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/04/30

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Annotated Bibliography of Key Papers with a Focus on Gender and Forest Landscapes

  • Keywords

    Center for International Forestry Research; gender and climate change; forest policy and strategy; average increase in income; approach to climate change; impact of climate change; Reducing Emissions from Deforestation; poverty and gender; monitoring and evaluation system; project design and implementation; male-headed household; equitable access to information; Agroforestry; Natural Resource Management; bargaining power; opportunity for woman; proportion of woman; experience of poverty; use of forest; access to forest; provisioning ecosystem services; sustainable resource management; effective environmental governance; climate change mitigation; linkage between gender; civil society institution; access of poor; management of forest; traditional ecological knowledge; poor rural woman; agriculture and forestry; natural resource managers; market information system; use by household; gender working group; participation of woman; change in demand; mixed crop system; reduction of emission; greenhouse gas emission; household food consumption; participation of communities; violence against woman; lack of gender; barrier to woman; access to land; gender and poverty; awareness of gender; quality of water; forest management strategy; source of income; source income; share of resource; impact of intervention; lack of resource; inclusion of women; Integrated Pest Management; analysis of gender; integration of gender; loss of biodiversity; land as collateral; Access to Education; poverty reduction effort; forest management activities; value chain; forest product; community forestry; Gender Equality; gender equity; social learning; gender issue; Forest Conservation; social inclusion; gender relation; gender analysis; gender norm; effective participation; gender difference; Natural Resources; forestry institution; participatory research; gender inequalities; Gender Inequality; world development; social network; tenure right; forest policies; participatory approach; dry forest; Gender Gap; market access; agroforestry practice; environmental change; communal forest; ecosystem health; forest sector; power relation; coping strategy; forest reserve; Indigenous Peoples; seed bank; agroforestry system; marginalized group; household endowments; household size; cultural norm; gender imbalance; management process; participatory method; asian countries; research participant; social group; gender women; forest institution; primary data; Landscape Management; gender perspective; environmental development; knowledge gap; grazing livestock; participatory technique; climate vulnerability; rural man; logistic regression; Land Ownership; household dynamic; demographic issue; legal pluralism; institutional governance; gender consideration; resettlement issue; community empowerment; mountainous country; conservation practice; household survey; external support; natural regeneration; species diversity; care needs; community institution; rural population; institutional mechanism; life chances; conservation managers; in poverty; forestry sector; cropping pattern; community-based approaches; education level; forest law; fruit tree; forest research; property right; local partner; forest tenure; empowering women; intended recipient; use rights; commercial forestry; landscape diversity; policy process; customary rules; food crisis; individual characteristic; equity goal; forest degradation; subsistence need; dietary fat; crop production; individual level; supply-side interventions; gender bias; disadvantaged woman; Economic Inequality; valuable knowledge; discriminatory attitude; forest access; population pressure; know how; gender differentiation; management structure; collective marketing; institutional outcome; international market; rising demand; forest association; sociocultural norms; tree species; unequal relations; carbon fund; social status; gender mainstreaming; individual women; mountain development; national strategy; indigenous fruit; local knowledge

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Kristjanson,Patti

Annotated Bibliography of Key Papers with a Focus on Gender and Forest Landscapes (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/936241588223054253/Annotated-Bibliography-of-Key-Papers-with-a-Focus-on-Gender-and-Forest-Landscapes