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Ecofeminism

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Ecofeminism, as a theoretical framework, delves into the intricate web of oppression, examining the linkages between the subjugation of marginalized communities and the exploitation of the natural world (Warren, 2000). At its core, this perspective underscores the interdependence of various forms of injustice, weaving together the threads that connect the mistreatment of nature, women, animals, and the environment (Gaard, 2009).

Speciesism

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Speciesism is the biased belief in the superiority of some species over others. According to this prejudice some animal species are favoured over others, and the human animal is favoured above all other species.

Environmental justice

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This Diggit Magazine file captures some of the latest ideas and topics that expand understandings of environmental racism, migration, and decolonization through the lens of environmental justice.

Environmental Justice and Experiential Education: A Hands-on Approach to Building a Better Future

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Katherine Huber
20/05/2024
12 minutes to read

While people in the Global North enjoy the benefits of extraction economies that exacerbate ocean acidification, rising sea levels, and perturbating feedback loops, people in the Global South are often most severely affected by climate change. As institutions like museums and universities play a vital role in the interrelated histories of climate change, migration, and knowledge production, it seems vital to learn students how to discuss issues of climate justice. This article explains how experiential education holds particular significance in the climate crisis.

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FRIDA'S STORY MAP: CLIMATE JUSTICE AND MIGRATION WORKSHOP

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Frida Sofia Mendoza de la Luz
20/03/2024
1 minute to read

In this story map, I delved into the topics analyzed in the workshop and connected the learnings with my personal experiences living in Mexico.

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Fashion's Hidden Threads: Inside the Impact of Fast Fashion

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Cathelijne de Man
24/04/2024
0 minutes to read

Exploring the fast fashion industry's impact, this presentation examines clothing production, environmental consequences, and ethical concerns. It delves into cotton sourcing, coercive labor practices, pollution, and textile waste.