Beth A. Bee
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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
Who Reaps what is Sown? A Feminist Inquiry into Climate Change Adaptation in Two Mexican Ejidos.
B Bee
ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 12 (1), 2013
A feminist approach to climate change governance: Everyday and intimate politics
BA Bee, J Rice, A Trauger
Geography Compass 9 (6), 339-350, 2015
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 (3), 495-507, 2014
“Si no comemos tortilla, no vivimos:” women, climate change, and food security in central Mexico
BA Bee
Agriculture and Human Values 31 (4), 607-620, 2014
Power, perception, and adaptation: exploring gender and social–environmental risk perception in northern Guanajuato, Mexico
BA Bee
Geoforum 69, 71-80, 2016
Gender, solidarity and the paradox of microfinance: reflections from Bolivia
B Bee
Gender, Place and Culture 18 (01), 23-43, 2011
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
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
Recentralising Political Power Through Decentralised Environmental Governance: A Case from Mexico’s Early REDD+ Program
BA Bee
Conservation & Society 17 (1), 96-107, 2019
Gendered spaces of payment for environmental services: A critical look*
BA Bee
Geographical Review 109 (1), 87-107, 2019
12 Safeguarding gender in REDD
BA Bee
Understanding climate change through gender relations, 190, 2017
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
Women weathering the climate: Gendered knowledge and adaptive capacities in central Mexico
BA Bee
The empowering effects of cooperative development among indigenous women in southern Mexico
D Cortez, BA Bee
Journal of Family Strengths 16 (2), 2, 2016
Eating the ocean
BA Bee
Gender, Place & Culture 25 (2), 313-314, 2018
A review of Global Perspectives on Gender and Space: Engaging Feminism and Development Edited by Ann M. Oberhauser and Ibipo Johnston-Anumonwo
BA Bee
Economic Geography 92 (3), 350-351, 2016
Global Perspectives on Gender and Space: Engaging Feminism and Development
BA Bee
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 92 (3), 350-351, 2016
Dreaming of dry land: environmental transformation in colonial Mexico City
BA Bee
Social & Cultural Geography 17 (2), 322-323, 2016
Training Manual on Gender and Climate Change
BA Bee
Hypatia 29 (3), 702-706, 2014
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