It is not prior to the 2010s that the gendered aspects of climate action were comprehensively addressed and started to permeate the climate change agenda through the Conferences of Parties. Over the past decade, major actors of international development have thus elaborated policy priorities, tools and programs devoted to gender and climate. Therefore, mapping discourses on the gender and climate change nexus articulated by different types of stakeholders within the international development community represents an innovative analytical contribution addressing the intersection of gender and climate change.
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