Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/1822/80869

TitlePolitizing futures of territories: municipal climate change adaptation plans and the issues of gender equality and mobility
Author(s)Araújo, Emília Rodrigues
Silva, Márcia Patrícia Barbosa
Corais, Filipa
KeywordsFuture
Mobility
Gender
Climate change adaptation plans
Issue dateNov-2022
PublisherUniversidade de Aveiro
CitationAraújo, E., Silva, M. & Corais, F. (2022). Politizing futures of territories: Municipal climate change adaptation plans . Regional Helix ’22 Fostering Regional Development and Resilience in a Changing Environmentand the issues of gender equality and mobility.
Abstract(s)Mobility and transport are central themes for understanding the future of territories. Mobility practices and styles are strongly associated with complex realities, such as those related to climate change. Despite the centrality of the concepts, both mobility and climate change have taken a long time to be problematized, under the prism of gender equality. However, the existing literature allows us to establish that, given the complexity of the societal challenges that lie ahead, gender is increasingly a determining variable, to be considered, from a double perspective, both by policymakers at the local level and by decision-makers. In this sense, our argument focuses on the political and sociological relevance of gender in the climate debate and urban mobility. More specifically, this article seeks to understand how gender and urban mobility issues were integrated into Municipal Plans for Adaptation to Climate Change, in 17 municipalities in Portugal. To this end, a thematic content analysis of the Municipal Plans was carried out, aiming to (i) map the priority measures of the municipalities, in relation to mobility; ( ii ) and understand how gender is considered in adaptation measures to climate change. This text summarizes the results achieved, starting with a brief theoretical framework on the various proposed concepts.
TypeConference paper
URIhttps://hdl.handle.net/1822/80869
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
Appears in Collections:CECS - Atas em congressos | Seminários / conference proceedings

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