At the household level in Central Asia, women make most of the food-related decisions, and their choices about what to eat and how to prepare it can make a difference in their households’ and communities’ responses to the challenges posed by climate change. Women, Food and Climate Change in Central Asia celebrates the women of Central Asia, targets the range of choices they can make to contribute to a reduction of their personal, household, community and national climate change emissions, shows how their food choices can affect the environment and offers alternatives for their consideration.

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