Title Population, climate change, and women's lives [electronic resource] / Robert Engelman ; Lisa Mastny, editor.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : Worldwatch Institute, 2010.
Author Engelman, Robert.
Mastny, Lisa.
Worldwatch Institute.
Date 01-01-2010
Physical description 1 online resource (44 pages : colour illustrations)
Series Worldwatch report ; 183.
Item WEB (Copy 1) INTRANET 161543-3001 ONLINE
URL Available from internal network: http://err.parl.net/client/en_GB/search/asset/36487/0
Major subject Population growth
Climate change (Anthropogenic)
Environmental impact
Women
Social conditions
Minor subject Climate change policy
Statistics
Overseas item
LCSH Population -- Environmental aspects.
Climatic changes.
Women and the environment.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9781878071965
Abstract The report draws on new studies that document the environmental pressures from soaring population growth. It also reports on the unique role that women can play in alleviating those pressures, even as women are disproportionally affected by the adverse effects of climate change. Finally, the report argues that humanity ultimately will need to slow population growth to tackle rising global temperatures, and that the only way to do this is by improving the well-being of women worldwide.
Contents The climate so far -- Half the sky plus -- Sustainable emissions -- Thriving amid change.
LCN 161543
Item ID 161543-3001
Database Library Catalogue