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Renewable energy. A gender perspective

By: International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
Publisher: Abu Dhabi: IRENA, 2019Description: 91 p. grafs.Subject(s): Recursos Energéticos Renovables | Género | MujeresDDC classification: 305.3 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online
Contents:
1. Renewable energy and gender. Background. Rationale. Narrowing the knowledge gap on gender and renewable energy. 2. Women in renewable energy: modern energy context. Status and trends. Barriers and challenges. Policies and challenges. Policies and solutions. Conclusions. 3. Women in renewable energy: access context. Backgroung. Barriers and challenges. Policies and solutions. Conclusions. 4. Conclusions and way forward. Way forward to improve gender divesity in the renewables sector. Future work.
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1. Renewable energy and gender. Background. Rationale. Narrowing the knowledge gap on gender and renewable energy. 2. Women in renewable energy: modern energy context. Status and trends. Barriers and challenges. Policies and challenges. Policies and solutions. Conclusions. 3. Women in renewable energy: access context. Backgroung. Barriers and challenges. Policies and solutions. Conclusions. 4. Conclusions and way forward. Way forward to improve gender divesity in the renewables sector. Future work.

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