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Gender & Energy for Sustainable Development: Fueling the Fight against Poverty

March 31, 2005

As part of the Gender, Development, and Energy lecture series sponsored by the Baker Institute Energy Forum, Shell Center for Sustainability, and Rice University's Program for the Study of Women and Gender, Susan McDade, Manager of the Sustainable Energy Programme at UNDP, spoke on the impact of energy services on women in developing countries. She presented findings from UNDP's latest publications on the topic: Gender & Energy for Sustainable Development: A Toolkit and Resource Guide and Generating Opportunities: Case Studies on Energy and Women.

To view webcast details, please visit the page on the Rice University Webpage