Women’s equality will not come after the environmental revolution

Climate change and inequality are two sides of the same coin, Majandra Rodriguez Acha writes in Open Democracy. To put environmental concerns against social demands leads to the believe that we must choose between struggles. Upholding the false binary between climate and social inequality means upholding the social conditions that marginalize certain voices and perspectives. Despite this false binary, around the world there are women, feminists, social justice and environmental justice advocates who acknowledge and engage in necessary intersections between environmental and social struggle.


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