“Staying Alive: Women, Ecology, and Development” written by Vandana Shiva, encompasses the understanding of ‘eco-feminism’ and its feminist interpretations.
Rather than appealing to individuals’ morals and responsibilities, corporates and governments must lead the fight against climate change.
Public urination is a disgusting act, peeps. No matter the place, no matter the gender. For who in the world wants to go through the ordeal of seeing and smelling that?
Greenwashing is when a company, or a big brand, fools consumers into thinking that the products they are buying are environment-friendly. Greenwashing often functions through green-marketing and more specifically, green advertising.
The participation of women, today, is a mere token through the District Water Committees, thanks to rampant corruption and widespread bureaucratic denial to take gender and water seriously.
I have managed to gather some quick one-stop advice for you to save yourself from Delhi’s toxic air, courtesy none other than our beloved Indian ministers.
Also called Anthropocene Fiction, Climate-Fiction perhaps is a way for writers to cope with what now mostly seems like an inevitable climate catastrophe.
Be it the Aarey Forest in Mumbai, the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, or Standing Rock in Dakota, conveniently choosing to look over the indigenous people's rights is something we all do a little too well.
What emerged as a powerful activist as well as academic movement in the 1970s, gradually lost its relevance. But as more and more movements seeking climate action and justice gain momentum worldwide, so did the idea of ecofeminism.
Aaliya Sultana Babi is a princess who, along with her figurative crown, also wears—quite literally—the broad-brimmed hat of a paleontologist!