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Gender Perspectives on Environment Ethics and Practices, with a focus on Energy Technologies

This report will analyze the inherent traditions and relationships in Asia and the Pacific that peoples have with the environment through a gender lens. Submissions of case studies from different communities are requested, along with general contributions to the relevant parts of the Gender, the Environment, Energy Technologies and Climate Change [PDF-306kb] - [draft version 4 of 16 December 2011]. 

The following is a list of current working group participants:

Pattraporn Chuenglertsiri (Chair): ch.pattraporn[at]gmail.com 
Ms. Raine Boonlong (co-chair): raine.boonlong[at]gmail.com
Prof. Rae Blumberg (co-chair):  rlb9b[at]virginia.edu
Ms. Charlotte Millet: c.millet[at]unesco.org
Dr. Bernadette P. Resurreccion: babette[at]ait.ac.th
Ms. Zahra Ibrahim Qureshi: z.qureshi[at]unescobkk.org
Dr. Darryl Macer: d.macer[at]unesco.org
Prof. Rae L. Blumberg: rlb9b[at]virginia.edu
Ms. Barbara Lonchambon:  b.lonchambon[at]unesco.org 
Julie Drolet, Ph.D.: jdrolet[at]tru.ca

 

If you are interested in joining the working group, or participating in a meeting, please send an email to: rushsap.bgk[at]unesco.org and Pattraporn Chuenglertsiri: ch.pattraporn[at]gmail.com.  

Page updated 13 March 2012