By Heather Eaton
Discusses ecofeminism within the context of the social, political and ecological effects of globalization. The e-book comprises case reports, essays, theoretical works, and articles on ecofeminist hobbies from a few of the world's areas together with Taiwan, Mexico, Kenya, Chile, India, Brazil, Canada, England and the USA.
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In most cases of water privatization, there are increased shortages and increased contamination. International trade agreements are the tools corporations are using, such as Chapter 11 of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). It goes like this. Foreign companies can sue governments on laws, rules, or regulations, at any level, if these rules are impinging on the right to make a profit-based not on monies actually lost but on future profits. S. S. government for $970 million. Methanex produces a gasoline additive called MBTE (methyl tertiary 30 Heather Eaton butyl ether), which is being banned in California because it is toxic and has leached into the water table in thousands of places.
Rosemary Radford Ruether names this as a myopia in Northern ecofeminism, due to its emphasis on theory that doesn’t make concrete connections with women at the bottom of the socioeconomic system. She writes, “we must recognize the ways in which the devastation of the earth is an integral part of an appropriation of the goods of the earth whereby a wealthy minority can enjoy strawberries in winter, while those who pick and pack the strawberries lack the money for bread and are dying from pesticide poisoni n g ~ .
The first response to the failure to integrate women into the development process was a demand that women should be given the same economic opportunities as men, a campaign known as Women in Development (WID). However, as the ecological and social consequences of the development process became more apparent, a far more critical approach was taken. 15 The WID campaign began to be replaced by a Women, Environment, and Development (WED) stance. This approach asked whether the development process was desirable any longer, certainly in its present western and maledominated form.
Ecofeminism and Globalization: Exploring Culture, Context, and Religion by Heather Eaton