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10 Dec, 2015

Gender-Just Climate Solutions Awards: Alternative Futures's work on Gender and Climate Change gets recognised by Women and Gender Constituency at COP 21 Paris

Alternative Futures has been recognised by Women and Gender Constituency and is one of the eight selected finalists in the category of transformative climate initiatives selected by the Awards Committee. The selected case studies have been put together in the publication on Gender-Just Climate Solutions. Gender-Just Climate Solutions Awards were presented at the UN climate negotiations (COP 21) in Paris.


22 Dec, 2015

Photo-documentation: Mainstreaming Gender in Climate Policy, India

This collection of photographs show the work rural Indian women do with land, water and forests, specifically in farming, with the livestock and fisheries, in forests and to access water and energy for cooking and heating their houses. The photographs then go on to show how poor women, especially farmers, are facing the impacts of climate change and how they are dealing with this by initiating climate solutions. 

This collection of the photographs has been adopted from ‘Women in the Frame: A photo-documentation of women and the Challenge of Climate Change’ by Alternative Futures.


30 Sep, 2015

Women in the Frame: A photo-documentation of Women and the Challenge of Climate Change

This is a unique collection of photographs showing women’s vast and varied relationship with India’s environmental resources – land, water, forests and biodiversity – and how this relationship is being affected by climate change.


25 Sep, 2013

Engendering the Climate for Change: Policies and practices for gender-just adaptation

This research report explicitly highlights the causes and concerns of women due to changing climate. It rightly points out that climate change would put an extra pressure on women activities ranging from agriculture, fetching water to fodder collection; and critically analyses the implications for women livelihoods generation. The research was carried out during 2010-2011.