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    Alston, M. and Whittenbury, K.

    Research, action and policy

    2013 - Springer - Dordrecht

    In-text: (Alston and Whittenbury, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Alston, M. and Whittenbury, K., 2013. Research, action and policy. Dordrecht: Springer.

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    Dankelman, I.

    Gender and climate change

    2010 - Earthscan - Washington, DC

    In-text: (Dankelman, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Dankelman, I., 2010. Gender and climate change. Washington, DC: Earthscan.

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    GLAZEBROOK, T.

    Women and Climate Change: A Case-Study from Northeast Ghana

    2011 - Hypatia

    In-text: (GLAZEBROOK, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: GLAZEBROOK, T., 2011. Women and Climate Change: A Case-Study from Northeast Ghana. Hypatia, 26(4), pp.762-782.

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    Hemmati, M. and Röhr, U.

    Engendering the climate-change negotiations: experiences, challenges, and steps forward

    2009 - Gender & Development

    In-text: (Hemmati and Röhr, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Hemmati, M. and Röhr, U., 2009. Engendering the climate-change negotiations: experiences, challenges, and steps forward. Gender & Development, 17(1), pp.19-32.

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    Kruse, J.

    Women’s representation in the UN climate change negotiations: a quantitative analysis of state delegations, 1995–2011

    2014 - Int Environ Agreements

    In-text: (Kruse, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Kruse, J., 2014. Women’s representation in the UN climate change negotiations: a quantitative analysis of state delegations, 1995–2011. Int Environ Agreements, 14(4), pp.349-370.

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    Mies, M.

    Ecofeminism

    2014 - ZED BOOKS LTD - London

    In-text: (Mies, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Mies, M., 2014. Ecofeminism. London: ZED BOOKS LTD.

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    Resurrección, B. P.

    Persistent women and environment linkages in climate change and sustainable development agendas

    2013 - Women's Studies International Forum

    In-text: (Resurrección, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Resurrección, B., 2013. Persistent women and environment linkages in climate change and sustainable development agendas. Women's Studies International Forum, 40, pp.33-43.

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    Skutsch, M. M.

    Protocols, treaties, and action: The 'climate change process' viewed through gender spectacles

    2002 - Gender & Development

    In-text: (Skutsch, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Skutsch, M., 2002. Protocols, treaties, and action: The 'climate change process' viewed through gender spectacles. Gender & Development, 10(2), pp.30-39.

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    Villagrasa, D.

    Kyoto Protocol negotiations: Reflections on the role of women

    2002 - Gender & Development

    In-text: (Villagrasa, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Villagrasa, D., 2002. Kyoto Protocol negotiations: Reflections on the role of women. Gender & Development, 10(2), pp.40-44.

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    Wamukonya, N. and Skutsch, M.

    GENDER ANGLE TO THE CLIMATE CHANGE NEGOTIATIONS

    2002 - Energy & Environment

    In-text: (Wamukonya and Skutsch, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Wamukonya, N. and Skutsch, M., 2002. GENDER ANGLE TO THE CLIMATE CHANGE NEGOTIATIONS. Energy & Environment, 13(1), pp.115-124.

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