Women, the Environment and Sustainable Development: Towards a Theoretical Synthesis
Zed Books, 1994 - Conservation des ressources naturelles - 220 pages
This text asks whether there is a specifically European dimension to some of the major issues in women's studies. Among the lines of enquiry opened up: the impact on women of Europe's experience of warfare; the relationship between feminism and anti-semitism; migration and whiteness in the context of Europe's particular colonial histories; the importance of passion, emotion and psychoanalytical theory for the politics of certain European countries; the decline of the welfare state across Europe; and the phenomenon of the single woman.
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Agenda 21 alternative development analysis androcentrism approach argues Bookchin challenge changes Chapter Chipko movement coalitions concept Conference contribution countries critics of science critique culture DAWN deep ecology development agencies developmental discourse dualism ecofeminism ecofeminist ecologists economic growth empowerment environment and development environment and sustainable environmental crisis environmental degradation environmental movements epistemological female feminism feminist critics feminist theory forestry framework Gaia Gaia hypothesis gender Global Forum groups Haraway hierarchies human important institutions INSTRAW issues knowledge levels mainstream male mode of development natural resources NGOs North Northern organizations patriarchal perspective planet political population growth positions post-modernism poverty preparatory process problems production programmes projects proposals radical relations role scientific seen Shiva social ecology society South specific strategies stress structures struggles sustainable development theoretical thinking Third World tradition transformations UNCED UNCED process Vandana Shiva WED debate women women's movement