This review outlines the findings of a literature analysis conducted by the World Faiths Development Dialogue  on behalf of Religions for Peace, focused on the intersections between religion, gender, and climate change in three rainforest regions: The Amazon, Congo Basin, and Southeast Asia. It briefly sets out the rationale for engaging with the three themes, in the context of the large literature on religion, gender, and climate change. Three issues emerge as critical for the review: the roles of interfaith initiatives, the global-local dimensions at play, and special roles of indigenous communities.

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