In the face of extreme weather events, desertification, and a rise in sea levels, governments and communities around the world increasingly recognise that the need to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change is urgent. The global agenda and negotiations focus on what governments, corporations, and institutions can do in the search for large-scale technological solutions. Yet women, men, and local communities all have roles, responsibilities, and interests that hold the potential either to harm or to benefit their environment.
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