Sister Namibia Vol 27 No 1


Date: May 28, 2015
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This edition of Sister Namibia explores the effect of climate change on women by looking at food security, disaster management and the shift in donor funding from gender issues to climate change issues. We also take a look at conservancies headed by women; women environmentalists and women in tourism as well as a helpful DIY project. Our Brother Namibia article sheds a unique view on fighting poaching. We also take a look at the political climate change in which Namibia transitions from a male dominated government to a much more visible female presence in 2015.

The effect of careless treatment of nature for selfish economic reasons is concretely evident in tsunamis that destroy infrastructure, icebergs that melt and leave polar bears without a home and the rising of sea levels that claim inhabited land.


Publisher: Sister Namibia
Edition: Volume 27 Number 1
Year of Publication: 2015
Download : 20821_march-2015-vol-27-1.pdf

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