Beth is focussed on the importance of feminist political ecology, degrowth, care and urban commoning, while studying her 2 masters: one in Urban Geography and one in Sustainable Development, both in the Netherlands. She is currently trying to find a balanced, positive, and mutually reinforcing relationship between academia, activism and community movements in everyday life, particularly addressing the intersection between queer and ecological struggles. Beth uses she/her pronouns.
An Ecofeminist Take on the Paris Agreement
In this piece, we argue how ecofeminist theory can help understand nuances and draw insights on the Paris Agreement’s dominant narratives.
January 5, 2022