This book explores how climate institutions in industrialized countries work to further the recognition of social differences and integrate this understanding in climate policy making.

With contributions from a range of expert scholars in the field, this volume investigates policy-making in climate institutions from the perspective of power as it relates to gender. It also considers other intersecting social factors at different levels of governance, from the global to the local level and extending into climate-relevant sectors. The authors argue that a focus on climate institutions is important since they not only develop strategies and policies, they also (re)produce power relations, promote specific norms and values, and distribute resources. The chapters throughout draw on examples from various institutions including national ministries, transport and waste management authorities, and local authorities, as well as the European Union and the UNFCCC regime. Overall, this book demonstrates how feminist institutionalist theory and intersectionality approaches can contribute to an increased understanding of power relations and social differences in climate policy-making and in climate-relevant sectors in industrialized states. In doing so, it highlights the challenges of path dependencies, but also reveals opportunities for advancing gender equality, equity, and social justice.

Gender, Intersectionality and Climate Institutions in Industrialized States will be of great interest to students and scholars of climate politics, international relations, gender studies and policy studies.

The Open Access version of this book, available at https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003052821, has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license.

chapter 1|14 pages

Gender, intersectionality and institutions

ByAnnica Kronsell, Gunnhildur Lily Magnusdottir
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part Part 1|88 pages

Intergovernmental and governmental climate institutions

chapter 2|19 pages

Gender in the global climate governance regime

A day late and a dollar short?
ByKaren Morrow
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chapter 3|16 pages

EU external climate policy

ByGill Allwood
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chapter 4|17 pages

How to make Germany’s climate policy gender-responsive

Experiences from research and advocacy
ByGotelind Alber, Diana Hummel, Ulrike Röhr, Immanuel Stieß
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chapter 5|17 pages

Promoting a gender agenda in climate and sustainable development

A civil servant’s narrative
ByGerd Johnsson-Latham, Annica Kronsell
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chapter 6|17 pages

Take a ride into the danger zone?

Assessing path dependency and the possibilities for instituting change at two Swedish government agencies
ByBenedict E. Singleton, Gunnhildur Lily Magnusdottir
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part Part 2|78 pages

Sectoral climate institutions

chapter 7|19 pages

Towards a climate-friendly turn?

Gender, culture and performativity in Danish transport policy 1
ByHilda Rømer Christensen, Michala Hvidt Breengaard
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chapter 8|19 pages

Wasting resources

Challenges to implementing existing policies and tools for gender equality and sensitivity in climate change–related policy
BySusan Buckingham
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chapter 9|21 pages

Gender analysis of policy-making in construction and transportation

Denial and disruption in the Canadian green economy
ByBipasha Baruah, Sandra Biskupski-Mujanovic
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part Part 3|68 pages

Local, community institutions, and climate practices

chapter 11|24 pages

Addressing climate policy-making and gender in transport plans and strategies

The case of Oslo, Norway
ByTanu Priya Uteng, Marianne Knapskog, André Uteng, Jomar Sæterøy Maridal
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chapter 12|19 pages

When gender equality and Earth care meet

Ecological masculinities in practice
ByRobin Hedenqvist, Paul M. Pulé, Vidar Vetterfalk, Martin Hultman
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chapter 13|19 pages

Pathways for inclusive wildfire response and adaptation in northern Saskatchewan

ByHeidi Walker, Maureen G. Reed, Amber J. Fletcher
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chapter 14|4 pages

Moving forward: Making equality, equity, and social justice central

ByGunnhildur Lily Magnusdottir, Annica Kronsell
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