This selective bibliography introduces key documents which explore the nexus between gender, environment and development. Specifically, it explores environment/people relationships and how they are gendered. Practically, the paper aims to link these issues with questions concerning environmental policy and practice. It has eleven sections. The first three sections present current debates about gender, environment and development. They are as follows: Current Debates about Environment and Development; Linking Gender and Environment; and Understanding People-Environment Relations. The subsequent sections focus on various environmental sectors, namely: Gender and Water Resources; Gender and Forests; ?Brown Issues? - Urban Environment, Urbanisation, Pollution, Industrialisation; Gender, Desertification and Land Degradation; Gender, Macro-Economic Policies and the Environment; Gender and Agriculture; Gender and Fisheries; and Gender and Biodiversity.