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Episode 1: The ecofeminist awakening


What books can be used to discover and understand what ecofeminism is? How does the intersectional vision fit into this movement? This first episode features German sociologist Maria Mies, French philosopher Jeanne Burgart Goutal, German climate activist Janna Aljets and founder of the Center for Intersectional Justice in Berlin Emilia Roig.



Books cited:


Ecofeminism, published by L'harmattan, by Maria Mies and Vandana Shiva


Être écoféministe, éditions L'échappée, by Jeanne Burgart Goutal


Why we matter, Editions Aufbau Verlag, by Emilia Roig



References :


Chipko Movement


Ende Gelände


Sand im Getriebe


Center for Intersectional Justice



Credits:


This episode was produced by Positive Lab, thanks to the support of the Fonds Citoyen Franco-Allemand


Writing and presentation: Elisa Gratias & Emilie Langlade


Poetic writing: Hélène Coron, you also heard an extract from "Lettre à notre chère république" by the author Iris Pikita, set to sound by Michel from Neptune


Sound extract from Emilia Roig, CIJ Berlin, shared with their kind permission and that of the Ashoka network


Original music, design and production: Daiana Romero Zambrano and Julio Arcala Fanti


Illustration: Lina Augustin, Graphic design: Flavia Maria Toso



The authors and producers are very happy that the podcast "Ecofeminist Dreams" is shared and broadcast by La Mèche, a Swiss media friend that inspires the new world community.



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