Activity: Talk or presentation › Invited talk › Research
During this interactive session you can talk to Canadian environmental social scientist Sherilyn MacGregor in a small group. Working at the Sustainable Consumption Institute of the University of Manchester UK, she investigates how social inequalities and differences affect people’s perception and experiences, as well as their responses to environmental and climate crises. She is best known for her work that examines socio-ecological issues from a critical eco-feminist perspective. Reserve your seat for this session and discover with Sherilyn MacGregor the importance of ecofeminism in the struggle for another model that recognizes both social and ecological boundaries.