The Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO) was at the G20 meeting this month and sends us a lot of good news from around the world. “All G20 countries have committed to promote gender equality through adopting the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Meaningful climate action needs to tackle gender inequality and contribute to promoting, […]
Well, we certainly need Feminism on this Earth Day 2017! Eco-Feminists have long made the connection between the oppression of women and earth’s degradation and resource exploitation. Earth Day Feminism is an important and essential part of the Climate Change Solution. As we say at Green Woman Store:
“Green Women make informed choices and negotiate outcomes that balance biodiversity, conservation, and human development needs”
We have great reason to be proud! The Women’s March on Washington DC was in deed the largest march in U.S. and world history. Sixty nations participated in this march, and five to six million world citizens came out to speak truth to power. Herstory was made on that day, January 21, 2017. It is the beginning …
This campaign to nominate 5 Candidates for Woman Secretary General of the U.N. is an opportunity for all of us to become not only involved by our donations, but also an opportunity for us to become more educated in national and international affairs as we listen to the candidates in their own words talk about their work.
We interviewed Denise O’Brien for our Feminism & Sustainability Telesummit. You can listen to that interview on Women, Food and Agriculture here. Earth Day Feminism for those of us in and out of agriculture!
We interviewed Asoka for our Feminism & Sustainability Telesummit. You can listen to that interview here. Here is what she said about Earth Day Feminism: Women are responding to climate change not only as mothers and nurturers, but also as economic producers.