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- DocumentGender and Development, FAO Sustainable Dimensions, 2006Analysing the gender dimension of climate change and the policies that have been established to mitigate and adapt to its impacts, this report points out that gender aspects have generally been neglected in international climate policy. This is a major concern given the emphasis of development policy making on general equity issues. Climate policies are not by default gender-neutral.DocumentFood and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2004The paper provides a gender-sensitive perspective on the three Rio Conventions on biodiversity, climate change, and desertification. First, the Rio Conventions are placed in their historical context and their administrative and financial framework. Secondly, the main gender issues relevant to the three conventions are exposed.