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Modified on 2013/05/13 10:49 by Administrator Paths: Read in Order Categorized as Chapter 2 - Environment
Commission on the Status of Women, 2002. Agreed conclusions on environmental management and the mitigation of natural disasters. 46th session.

Desai, Manish A., Sumi Mehta and Kirk R. Smith, 2004. Indoor smoke from solid fuels: assessing the environmental burden of disease at national and local levels. Geneva: World Health Organization. Environmental Burden of Disease Series, no. 4

Ezzati, M., A.D. Lopez, A. Rodgers and C.J.L. Murray, 2004. Comparative Quantification of Health Risks. Global and Regional Burden of Diseases Attributable to Selected Major Risk Factors. Geneva: WHO.

OECD, 2008. Household Behaviour and the Environment. Reviewing the Evidence. Paris: OECD Singh, A., Kalyanpur, A., Svensson, J., and Macharia, J., 2010 “ Gender-Disaggregated Data for Assessing the Impact of Climate Change’ in Dankelman, 1 (ed) Gender and Climate Change: an introduction pages 261-267, Earthscan, UK

United Nations Environment Programme, 2007. Gender Mainstreaming Among Environment Ministries. Government Survey 2006.

United Nations Environment Programme, 2005 Mainstreaming Gender in Environmental Assessments and Early Warning, Nairobi UNEP

United Nations Environment Programme 2012 Global Environmental Outlook – 5. Nairobi, UNEP.

United Nations, 2010. The World’s Women 2010. Trends and Statistics. New York.

United Nations, 2011. The Millennium Development Goals Report 2011. Sales No. E.11.I.10.

United Nations Development Programme, 2011. Human Development Report 2011. Sustainability and Equity: A Better Future for All. New York: UNDP.

World Health Organization, 2006. Fuel for Life: Household Energy and Health. Geneva: WHO.

World Health Organization, 2009. Global Health Risks. Mortality and Burden of Disease Attributable to Selected Major Risks. Geneva: WHO.

WHO and UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP), 2010. Progress on Sanitation and Drinking Water. 2010 Update. New York and Geneva: UNICEF and WHO.

WHO and UNICEF, Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP), 2011. Drinking Water Equity, Safety and Sustainability: Thematic report on drinking water 2011. New York and Geneva: UNICEF and WHO.

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