The links between energy, gender and poverty have not been high on the international development agenda. There is a small but growing literature on energy and gender in development, and links are now beginning to be made between the gender, energy and poverty (GEP) nexus. This bibliography is a literature and Internet survey on different approaches to energy, poverty and gender, the range of best practice models proposed, and to identify empirical data that could be used to analyse these links. While there will be further work which combines this literature review with a consultation process, this bibliography makes some preliminary observations on the literature. In particular it confirms the lack of detailed, disaggregated data regarding the GEP nexus.
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