Rohstoff / Ökologie / Entwicklungspolitik / Geschlechterrolle / Erdölindustrie / Erschöpfbare Ressourcen / Umwelt / Frau / Auswirkung / Gender / Ökofeminismus
This book examines the gender dimensions of large-scale mining in the oil industry and how oil exploitation has produced long-term economic, political, social and environmental risks and benefits in developing countries. It also shows that these risks and benefits have been unequally distributed between women and men. This project maps the ongoing dialogue between women’s issues and resource management, particularly, oil. The author attempts to answer the following questions: What are the impacts of oil projects on women in oil-rich countries? How can these impacts be explained? How can these impacts be reduced?