Indigenous Women and Climate Change

Author: (Rocío Silva Santisteban)
Number of pages: 154
ISBN number: 978-87-93961-00-5
Publication language: English English
Region publication is about: Latin America
Financially supported by: Norwegian International Climate and Forest Initiative
Release year: 2020
Release month/day: January, 15
Related partner: SERVINDI Intercultural Communication Service
Related publication(s): 3254

Against all the odds, and despite the challenges that climate change represents for Latin America, women are demonstrating day in, day out that they have the ideas and the unique and essential skills to propose a radical change in the matrix of civilisation at this crucial point in humankind’s history.

This book, now being published in English, explores those challenges and this first edition differs slightly from the Spanish version published in January 2019. It seeks to go beyond simple public policy aspirations in order to reconsider the impacts of climate change on women on the basis of their actions of resistance, their daily practices, the links between these practices and the need to re-think their contributions from the centres of power.

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