Watch this discussion forum from the first day of the Global Landscapes Forum 2014, in Lima, Peru, during COP20. Gender concerns are gaining increasing recognition in climate change negotiations. Although women are believed to be more vulnerable to climate change, data on this issue are scarce. Drawing on research on resilience of men and women in four different landscapes (the Peruvian and Bolivian Altiplano; the Ethiopian Highlands; the Kenyan ASALs; and Bangladesh’s lowlands), watch this discussion on the disparities in men’s and women’s access to and control over key assets needed to cope with climatic shocks and adapt to long-term change.


Juan Reategui
Specialist on Intercultural Health and Climate Change
Ministry of Culture, Peru


Claudia Ringler
Deputy Division Director
International Food Policy Research Institute

Elizabeth Jimenez Zamora
Development Economist
Universidad Mayor San Andrés

Eleanor Blomstrom
Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)

Corinne Valdivia
Associate Professor
University of Missouri

Gladis Vila Pihue
Organization of Andean and Amazon Indigenous Women

Cecilia Turin
Postdoctoral Fellow
CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security

Anne Larson
Principal Scientist
Center for International Forestry Research

Saturday, 6 December 2014
Global Landscapes Forum, Lima, Peru
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Gender and resilience across the landscape – from Latin America, Africa and Asia

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