Beth A. Bee
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A feminist approach to climate change governance: Everyday and intimate politics
BA Bee, J Rice, A Trauger
Geography compass 9 (6), 339-350, 2015
Gender, development, and rights-based approaches: Lessons for climate change adaptation and adaptive social protection
B Bee, M Biermann, P Tschakert
Research, action and policy: Addressing the gendered impacts of climate …, 2013
Engendering social and environmental safeguards in REDD+: Lessons from feminist and development research
BA Bee, B Sijapati Basnett
Third world quarterly 38 (4), 787-804, 2017
Power, perception, and adaptation: Exploring gender and social–environmental risk perception in northern Guanajuato, Mexico
BA Bee
Geoforum 69, 71-80, 2016
“Si no comemos tortilla, no vivimos:” women, climate change, and food security in central Mexico
BA Bee
Agriculture and Human Values 31, 607-620, 2014
Who reaps what is sown? A feminist inquiry into climate change adaptation in two Mexican ejidos
B Bee
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 12 (1), 131-154, 2013
Gender-transformative climate change adaptation: advancing social equity
BP Resurrección, BA Bee, I Dankelman, CMY Park, M Haldar, ...
Paper commissioned by the Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA), 2019
Challenges to adaptation: a fundamental concept for the shared socio-economic pathways and beyond
DS Rothman, P Romero-Lankao, VJ Schweizer, BA Bee
Climatic change 122, 495-507, 2014
Gender, solidarity and the paradox of microfinance: reflections from Bolivia
B Bee
Gender, Place and Culture 18 (01), 23-43, 2011
Gendered spaces of payment for environmental services: A critical look*
BA Bee
Geographical Review 109 (1), 87-107, 2019
Deforestation and land tenure in Mexico: A response to Bonilla-Moheno et al.
M Skutsch, JF Mas, G Bocco, B Bee, G Cuevas, Y Gao
Land Use Policy 39, 390-396, 2014
Gender-Transformative Climate Change Adaptation: Advancing Social Equity. Background paper to the 2019 report of the Global Commission on Adaptation, Stockholm Environment …
BP Resurrección, BA Bee, I Dankelman, CMY Park, M Haldar, ...
SEI, 2019
Recentralising political power through decentralised environmental governance: a case from Mexico’s early REDD+ program
BA Bee
Conservation and Society 17 (1), 96-107, 2019
Safeguarding gender in REDD+: Reflecting on Mexico’s institutional (in) capacities
BA Bee
Understanding climate change through gender relations, 190-204, 2017
La construcción de género en REDD+: un estudio de caso en la Sierra Occidental de Jalisco, México
B Bee
Velázquez, M., compiladora, Et al: Transformaciones ambientales e igualdad …, 2016
La deforestación y la degradación en el contexto de REDD+: el caso de Jalisco
M Skutsch, B Bee, G Yan
Reporte de consultoría para CONAFOR, 2013
Women weathering the climate: Gendered knowledge and adaptive capacities in central Mexico
BA Bee
The Pennsylvania State University, 2011
Feminist contributions to climate change research, policy and ethics
BA Bee, CM Park
The Routledge Handbook of Feminist Bioethics, 547-559, 2022
The empowering effects of cooperative development among indigenous women in southern Mexico
D Cortez, BA Bee
Journal of Family Strengths 16 (2), 2, 2016
Nested scenario meta-analyses to systematically address individual and societal consequences of climate change
V Schweizer, B Bee
Impacts World 2013, International Conference on Climate Change Effects, Potsdam, 2013
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