Ecology and Women

Women are not only vulnerable to climate change but they are also effective actors or agents of change in relation to both mitigation and adaptation. (

Women and Climate Change
Women’s Environment & Development Organization
A reading list on women and climate change
Women’s rights make a difference for the environment and sustainability
How rising temperatures due to climate change are shortening pregnancies
Women, Gender Equality and Climate Change – The Threats of Climate Change are Not Gender Neutral
Women, Gender Equality and Climate Change Downloadable Factsheet
Women . . . in the Shadow of Climate Change
Understanding Why Climate Change Impacts Women More Than Men
Gender and Climate Change
Introduction to Gender and Climate Change
2020 Pocket Guide to Gender Equality Under the UNFCC

Ecofeminism – Britannica
Ecofeminism for a More Egalitarian World – Energy Observer
Ecofeminism – Women and Life on Earth
The Growing Importance of Ecofeminism

Effects of Natural Disasters on Women
2017 Hurricane Maria Facts
Hurricane Maria Put a Disproportionate Burden on Women
Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004
Hines, R. I. (2007). Natural disasters and gender inequalities: The 2004 tsunami and case of India. Race, Gender & Class, 14(1-2), 60-68.

Flint Water Crisis
Flint Water Crisis – Everything You Need to Know
Flint Water Crisis – A Feminist Issue
New Study Shows Women Bore Brunt of Flint Water Crisis But They’ve Also Led Fight Against it
Lead-laced Water in Flint – A step by step look at the makings of a crisis