In this report, various challenges faced by Asia-Pacific's most vulnerable areas to disasters attributed to climate change are specified, and a qualitative analysis is made on the instability of public security, politics and social climate observed in the region. The purpose of these two exercises is to gain insight into the situation through the overlapping of natural science and social science perspectives.
This publication by UN Women is part of the project 'Reducing Vulnerability of Women Affected by Climate Change through Viable Livelihood Options', which explores the impacts of migration on women caused by climate change-related phenomena.
Securing Women’s Tenure and Leadership for Forest Management: A Summary of the Asian Experience. Rights and Resources Initiative.
Women at the frontline of climate change - Gender risks and hopes. A rapid response assessment. Arendal, Norway: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), GRID.
Engendering the Climate for Change. Policies and Practices for Gender-Just Adaptation. New Delhi: Alternative Futures and Heinrich Böll Foundation.