Lorena Aguilar
Training Manual on Gender and Climate Change
San José, Costa Rica: Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA), 2009
Reviewed by Beth A. Bee, 2014
Included in the Climate Change Special Issue, edited by Chris J. Cuomo and Nancy Tuana

Hypatia 29.3 (2014): 702-706
Available to Hypatia subscribers from Wiley-Blackwell:

Beth A. Bee is currently an assistant professor at East Carolina University. She received a joint PhD in geography and women's studies from Pennsylvania State University in 2011. Beth's work explores the theoretical and empirical intersections among climate change, feminist theory, political ecology, and rural livelihoods in Mexico. For this work, she was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship from the Universidad Autónoma Nacional de México (UNAM) to work with the CIGA-UNAM Research Group on REDD+ to investigate the multi-scalar politics of land-use change, subjectivity, and knowledge-production in Payment for Ecosystem Service projects in Mexico.