The impact of gender blindness on social-ecological resilience: The case of a communal pasture in the highlands of Ethiopia

The authors studied how the failure to take into account gendered roles in the management of a communal pasture in the highlands of Ethiopia can affect the resilience of this social-ecological system. This paper integrates resilience analysis and gender analysis, to increase our understanding of processes that may undermine the ability of a social-ecological system to cope with, to adapt to, and to shape change.


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Aregu, L., Darnhofer, I., Tegegne, A., Hoekstra, D., Wurzinger, M. (2016)
Ambio, 45(Suppl. 3): S287-296 [open access]
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