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  • Ecofeminist review of the proposals for a Green New Deal

  • By Júlia Martí Comas | 22 Nov 20 | Posted under: Ecology , Feminisms
  • Basque researcher Júlia Martí Comas presents a critical review from an ecofeminist point of view of the DiEM25 proposal The Green New Deal for Europe, and Resolution Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal, presented to the US House of Representatives by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey.

     

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    Table of contents

     

    Introduction
    Including the ecofeminist approach in the diagnosis of the crisis
    (De)growth, an ecofeminist view
    Democratising the processes and goods essential to sustain life
    The sustainability of life and care at the centre
    Distribution and democratisation of all socially necessary work and the wealth it generates.
    The rural sphere and the agri-food system
    Repaying the environmental debt to the global south
    Opting for local, popular and intersectional transitions
    Bibliography
    Online sources

     

    We recommend Gitte Pedersen, What is Ecofeminism?