Climate Change, Gender Inequality & Migration: An Ethiopian Case Study

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Climate change, coupled with its multifaceted characteristics, has been affecting food security, and causing hunger and poverty in Ethiopia. Increasing temperature and rainfall variability have caused drought as the country's agriculture mainly depends on rainfall. It is the poor, the majority who relies on rain-fed agriculture, who shoulder the burden of climate change in the country. Though climate change affects both men and women, rural women are the ones who have been affected severely by climate variability as a ...

Climate Change, Gender Inequality & Migration: An Ethiopian Case Study 2012, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrucken

ISBN-13: 9783659186127

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