Outlines the relationship between gender and broadly defined health and environment issues. Shows how gender equity issues are linked to health and environment, and how poverty and social roles frequently mediate environmental hazards and exposures.
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Title: Gender Equity and Environmental Health
Publication date 2000-06-01
Publication Year 2000
, Jacqueline Sims
Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
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