Feminism and intersectionality are concepts that entail a lot of different understandings and movements. They form a framework that offers tools to understand privilege and oppression, diversity and inclusion, gendered and other minority impacts in relation to different areas of human and non-human life. Embracing feminist and intersectional approaches allows us to make better solutions and take better actions.
This project points out linkages and opportunities for intersectional feminism in green ideology and policy and supports the development of the feminist green movement in Europe. It seeks to empower women from ethnic minorities to take on leadership roles within the environmental movement. It also aims to educate broad audiences on feminism and particular cases where the causes and effects of patriarchy, climate change, and biodiversity loss cause regression or de-acceleration in terms of a sustainable and just future.