By targeting men, sustainability projects ignore women’s frequent interaction with nature — and their potential role as advocates for its protection.
Why is it important to think about gender when doing conservation work? In Peru, it means women can grow their knowledge of traditional plants and recover almost-lost ancestral traditions.
The latest post in our “Gender + Conservation” blog series.
The latest blog in our “Gender + Conservation” series comes from Ecuador’s Galera-San Francisco Marine Reserve.
A women’s group shows how entrepreneurship can impact the role women play in their communities.
This week, our “Gender + Conservation” blog series visits rural Madagascar.
In the Rupununi region, development could destroy traditional livelihoods — or help save them.
The latest post in our “Gender + Conservation” blog series shares some interesting findings in Timor-Leste.
Without understanding who uses what resources, a conservation project can easily fail to benefit local people.
Men and women use nature differently. How does this impact conservation efforts?