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|Description:||xxvi, 488 pages : maps ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Presence and representation --
Gendered interests and the environment --
From absence to negotiated presence --
Fieldsites and field profile --
From exclusion to empowered engagement --
Rules and rule-makers --
Violations and penalties --
Conservation and regeneration --
Shortages amidst growing plenty --
Connecting with civil society: weaving a web of strategic alliances --
Engaging with government: extending the web.
Gender and Green Governance is a magisterial work of astounding erudition. While resplendent with field interviews and statistical tables, its ultimate significance is as a thought-provoking