Professor, anthropologist and activist Yayo Herrero gives a talk on Ecofeminism on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at the Daily Club of Ibiza
El Ibiza Daily Club welcomes a chat of the anthropologist, engineer, professor and ecofeminist activist Yayo Herrero López. Born in Madrid in 1965, she is one of the most influential researchers in the ecofeminist and eco-socialist field at European level. She has been a state coordinator of Ecologists in Action and has participated in numerous initiatives related to Human Rights and social ecology. She is a professor at the UNED and general director of FUHEM. He regularly collaborates with various media such as eldiario.es.
El Wednesday 15 2020 January at 19 hours He will give an interesting talk about Ecofeminism at the Daily Club.
In it he will explain some of the bases of his thinking. Among other issues, he argues that the capitalist model cannot exist without economic growth, but in our physical world an indefinite and unlimited growth is simply impossible. In addition, he argues that this model rewards superfluous works, while those that make possible the maintenance of human life, such as agricultural production or reproductive work, are completely precarious or directly excluded from all remuneration. Thus, it proposes a transition towards a different economic model, which includes all people and is compatible with the regeneration of nature.
La entrance is free.