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Ecofeminism is a feminist approach to environmental ethics----the connection to ecofeminism, This "politics of knowledge" plays an important role in Feminist and Ecofeminist theory. Knowledge is a commodity, and the parties in power over the whole use, subvert, revise, and edit information to suit their needs. And in this way, women's history, spirituality, and thought have "swept under the carpet" as it were, erased from history so that a patriarchy, a culture dominated by men and values traditionally associated with men could succede----Ecofeminism is the social movement that regards the oppression of women and nature as interconnected. It is one of the few movements and analyses that actually connects two movements. More recently, ecofeminist theorists have extended their analyses to consider the interconnections between sexism, the domination of nature (including animals), and also racism and social inequalities. Consequently it is now better understood as a movement working against the interconnected oppressions of gender, race, class and nature.------ecofeminist .pdf files ---Ecofeminism represents the union of the radicalecology movement, or what has been called 'deep ecology', and feminism.----Since the early 1970s, many feminists, especially ecological feminists ("ecofeminists"), have defended Ruether's basic point: the environment is a feminist issue---- AN ECOFEMINIST MANIFESTO----Ecofeminism as Practiced: Gender and Environment in Culture and Politics Today----This Sacred Earth book----
Gaia Theory: Science of the Living Earth----Gaia theory is a class of scientific models of the biosphere in which life fosters and maintains suitable conditions for itself by affecting Earth's environment. The first such theory was created by the English atmospheric scientist, James Lovelock, who developed his theories in the 1960s before formally publishing them in 1979. He hypothesized that the living matter of the planet functioned like a single organism and named this self-regulating living system after the Greek goddess, Gaia----What is Gaia Theory? Stated simply, the idea is that we may have discovered a kind of living being bigger, more ancient, and more complex than anything from our wildest dreams. and that that being, called Gaia, includes all the others on our planet-----