The struggle for environmental justice is the struggle for a world where nature, territories, and the ways of life of the peoples are respected, not destroyed. Fighting for environmental justice is about defending nature and all the people who live in it (and who are nature themselves). It’s about fighting for a sustainable model of production, free from the false solutions of the market.
Capire is turning one; check out what we have shared about and learned from international feminist resistance
It takes multiple voices to make grassroots communications happen. An e-book provides experiences of women from seven countries in the Americas.
Big corporations orchestrate false solutions based on green economy at the UN climate change conference.
Women are the most harshly affected by the power of transnational corporations; but they are also the ones primarily resisting it.
Abeer Al Butmeh from Friends of The Earth Palestine denounces the Israeli occupation and exploitation of natural resources
Read an excerpt from the publication “Nine Reasons to Say NO to Contract Farming with Palm Oil Companies.”
Read and listen to Karin Nansen’s contribution about the feminist contributions to change economy and the energy system.
The feminist struggle for a different organization of work and for a harmonious relationship with nature also requires a just transition in the energy model.
Indigenous feminists and their struggles for the right of existence and for power over their land and resources.
Experiences of Indigenous, Black, and peasant organizing and resistance are the basis of feminist political education
Women defend their land and community against the brutality of capitalism in inland Morocco. Also available in Arabic.
Read about the agroecological experiences and struggles of the women of the Sungai Buri community as they affirm their sovereignty and reclaim their rights to their land
Nzira Deus exposes land encroachment and violence in Mozambique and shares feminist strategies toward organizing for change.
Read and listen to the words of Karin Nansen, chair of Friends of the Earth International, from her contribution at the “Challenges of Grassroots Feminism” Webinar.
Read and listen to a contribution by the eternal sister Berta Cáceres on the challenges of grassroots organizing in Honduras.
In Argentinian frontline communities, women are saying, “How could we not fight? Do we dry with the land?”
Jean Ngobi, from the World March of Women Uganda, talks about how big international companies are affecting women’s live in Africa
Código Sur activist Nikole Yanes presents alternatives to face digital capitalism.