ecofeminism

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ecofeminism

(ˌiːkəʊˈfɛmɪˌnɪzəm)
n
(Environmental Science) a belief in and a movement that subscribes to the hypothesis that connects environmentalism and feminism
Translations
écoféminisme
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Largely absent are any theoretical contributions from outside a narrow new materialist canon, generally ignoring contemporary or historical work done within political ecology, critical geography or eco-feminism. As notable is the lack of sustained engagement with Black feminist or Indigenous thought (with the notable exceptions of Hird and Zahara and Clover and Spahr's chapters, of which Clover and Spahr's chapter marks a more sustained engagement), as well as post--and decolonial scholarship.
Eco-Afro-feminism represents ecological aspects and it is based on the concept of Ala (Okoroafor, 2012) and Abot (Ibanga, 2012); rather than on class conflict that orients eco-feminism (see Warren, 1994).
She covers the wasteland and the wilding: the aesthetics of abandoned and reclaimed green space, green man: human-plant hybrids, robotany and aesthetics, bio-rights: Earth of agonies and eco-punks, eco-feminism: plants as becoming-woman, and ungrounding plant life: the after-effects.
In particular, it singles out eco-feminism given its central focus on the interconnection between human (men-women relations) and nature with a strong position towards ecological ethics.
Mary John along with an eco-feminism model farm in Cavite.
The Youth Greens were born at a gathering at Antioch College in 1989, adopting a set of politics that included Gay, Lesbian and Bi-Sexual Liberation, Social Eco-Feminism, Revolutionary Dual Power, Anti-Racism and Anti-Capitalism.
One form of feminism, eco-feminism, expands the notion of the victim of exploitative social values to also include nonhuman life forms and eco-systems.
Discussing the moral questions under the fifth commandment, there is an extensive discussion on ecological ethics which is most relevant to modern problems including ethical implications of space exploration and eco-feminism. "What we perceive as body is itself a dynamic manifestation of energy in motion, continually transforming and reconfiguring itself in the subatomic, atomic, organic and cosmic levels," the author asserts at one place.
The book presents ways to analyze and understand a diverse array of topics, including: the value of breastmilk, how activism and art come together to shape notions around valuing the work of mothers, unpaid household work and care, eco-feminism, and HIV/AID policy.
(3.) Eco-theology has been profoundly influenced by eco-feminism. Eco-feminism asserts that the development of the environmental crisis was an inevitable part of the historical exploitation of women.
Discussion centers on the issues of compassion, rights, interests, eco-feminism, environmentalism, anthrocentrism, and religion in relationship to vegetarianism.
In a 2009 interview with NCR, Derr described herself as an "eco-advocate, vegetarian, inner-city organic community gardener and caretaker of adopted guinea pigs." She told NCR that eco-feminism "has made visible the many interconnections between the oppression of women and the destruction of other-than-human creatures and whole ecosystems.