Recent climate change-related events across the world and their impacts on poorer and marginalised communities have given a new impetus to the issue of climate justice. Gender rights activists, researchers and practitioners have emphasized that there is no climate justice without gender justice, as they are intrinsically related. PLOS Climate calls for submissions for a new Collection to understand the status of work towards achieving gender-just, climate-resilient development pathways for the Global South, including successes and ongoing challenges. We invite submissions of Research Articles and proposals for Opinions and Reviews based on the following sub-themes or the overall theme of the Collection:
Rachel Bezner Kerr
Georgina Cundill Kemp
International Development Research Centre
Bharti School of Public Policy, Indian School of Business
IPCC Working Group II and Sustainable and Resilient City Initiatives Unit, eThekwini Municipality
Université Nationale d’Agriculture du Benin
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Submit your paper to PLOS Climate to be considered for this Collection.
Mention the Gender and Adaptation in the Global South Call for Papers in your cover letter. The Collection will publish in 2023.