Poverty Reduction in a Changing Climate
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Poverty Reduction in a Changing Climate, edited by Hari Bansha Dulal, is a work which discusses the new innovations and funding mechanisms which have emerged in response to the rise of climate-related challenges in the twenty-first century. Dulal and the text's contributors explore the synergies and implications of those innovations with respect to poverty alleviation goals.show more

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  • Hardback | 430 pages
  • 154 x 230 x 34mm | 819.99g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations, black & white line drawings, black & white tables, figures
  • 0739168010
  • 9780739168011
  • 2,112,322

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The important debates about climate change and poverty reduction usually occur in separate policy spheres. This compelling book argues that the impacts of climate change and poverty are increasingly interconnected. I highly recommend this timely and well-written volume because it shows how poverty alleviation and equitable growth can occur in the face of climate change-if policy makers are willing to address climate change and economic development in a holistic manner. -- Christopher D. Merrett, Western Illinois University This edited collection provides a refreshing breadth in the perspectives that it presents and the issues that it tackles...Part One of the book...is particularly interesting, providing an analysis of the influence of the poor as a voting block in India, positing that divisions along ethnic, caste, religious, and other lines make the likelihood of India's poor converging on a collective action agenda against poverty unlikely, despite India's democratic electoral system. E-International Relationsshow more

About Hari Bansha Dulal

Hari Bansha Dulal received his doctorate in environmental science and public policy from George Mason University. He is currently a consultant for climate change and clean energy at The World Bank in Washington, D.C.show more

Table of contents

About the Contributors Preface Part One: Inequality, Politics, and the Spatial Dimensions of Poverty Chapter One - Markets, the State, and the Dynamics of Inequality in Latin America: Brazil, Mexico, and Uruguay, by Nora Lustig and Luis F. Lopez-Calva Chapter Two - Politics and the Room to Maneuver: Democracy, Social Opportunity, and Poverty in India, by Subrata K. Mitra, Jivanta Schottli, and Markus Pauli Chapter Three - The Importance of Place and Space: The Spatial Dimensions of Poverty and Development Policy, by Kate Bird and Kate Higgins Part Two: Poverty Reduction Challenges Chapter Four - Assessing the Potential Impact on Poverty of Rising Cereals Prices: The Case of Mali, by George Joseph and Quentin Wodon Chapter Five - Assessing the Potential Impact of Higher Fertilizer Use on Poverty Among Farm Households: Illustration for Rwanda, by Enrique Hennings and Quentin Wodon Chapter Six - Poverty Reduction Challenges in South Asia, by Arup Mitra Chapter Seven - Official Development Assistance: Does It Reduce Poverty?, by John Weiss Part Three: Poverty Reduction Instruments, Policies, and Lessons Learnt Chapter Eight - Bolsa Familia, Its Design, and Possibilities for the Future, by Sergei Soares Chapter Nine - The Biodiversity Conservation: An Effective Mechanism for Poverty Alleviation?, by Dilys Roe and Terry Sunderland Chapter Ten - Tracing the REDD Bullet: Implications of Market-Based Forest Conservation Mechanisms for Poverty Alleviation in Developing Countries, by Bryan R. Bushley and Rishikesh R. Bhandary Chapter Eleven - Banking on Social Institutions for Poverty Reduction, by Hari B. Dulal and Roberto Foa Chapter Twelve - Climate Change Adaptation and the International Aid Regime: Prospects for Policy Convergence, by Craig Johnson Chapter Thirteen - Lessons on Equitable Growth: Stories of Progress in Vietnam, Mauritius, and Malawi, by Milo Vandemoortele and Kate Bird Indexshow more

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