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Gender differences in environmental related behaviour
This report shows that women generally have a more positive attitude to environmental measures than men. These attitudes are not, however, reflected in their actions. Men and women have relatively similar behaviour in relation to recirculation, organic food and water-saving and energy saving, although men drive more cars than women.
Origin date: 11.2011
WID / Gender Units and the Experience of Gender. Mainstreaming in Multilateral Organisations. "Knights on White Horses"?
This report documents the history of the institutionalisation of women in development and gender concerns from 1985 onward in three multilateral organisations; UNDP, FAO and the World Bank. The evaluation was carried out by the Christian Michelsen Institute.
Origin date: 1999