Gender

Members' Assembly 4th sitting

4.1 Draft IUCN Programme 2013–2016 with a particular focus on ‘‘Effective and equitable governance of nature’s use” :

Members' Assembly 3rd sitting

3.1 Draft IUCN Programme 2013–2016 with a particular focus on “Deploying nature-based solutions to global challenges: social and economic development” :

Indigenous wisdom from nature

We are going to show Haeneyo dance, jar dance, Sharman Dance unique to Jeju.
We are going to also provide some traditional food unique to Jeju.

Vision, customs and traditions from wise women, healers and mermaids: building good governance to preserve diversity and promote gender equality

Considerable efforts over the past two decades have brought the international environmental community to understand the distinct roles that women and men play in conserving, celebrating and sharing biodiversity.
Exposing and understanding the gender-differentiated biodiversity practices, cosmology, traditions and knowledge of women and men enhances biodiversity conservation.

The REDD HOT Gender Debate in the Just World Pavilion

Gender considerations are a central component that can determine the success of any forest initiative. Hence forth, when discussing REDD+ there is an urgent need to recognize that forest governance has two different, but complementary faces: those of women and men.

Although both are equal stakeholders with unique characteristics and differentiated needs, women’s voices in forest governance around the world are sorely lacking. If the role of women were to be considered, the livelihoods of societies dependent on the forests could be drastically improved.

Green Growth and Gender: Woman’s Role in Sustainable Production and Consumption

A gender perspective plays a decisive role in the terms of green growth strategy, which is aiming at the sustainable development through economic development with environmental conservation.
By integrating a gender perspective, this article discusses some essential questions to the green growth, as a sustainable and gender-equal development strategy.

Health and Ecosystems – Understanding Linkages to Advance Public Health and Conservation Outcomes in Policy and Practice

While important work enhancing our understanding of a range of ecosystem services continues to expand, our understanding of the relationships between the state of natural systems and public health outcomes merits much more attention. For its part, the public health community has not systematically considered the role that natural ecosystems may play in affecting the outcomes they focus on. Similarly, the conservation community has not systematically considered how loss or conservation of natural ecosystems may be impacting human health.

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