|Leading agency:||Federación Mujeres del poniente y la alpujarra por la igualdad|
|Area(s) of intervention:||Western of Almeria’s province|
|Total budget:||€ 7.500|
|NOPLANETB contribution:||€ 6.750|
|Starting date:||1st of March 2019|
Summary of the project
To raise awareness and generate debate on climate change as a central focus, agriculture as a local focus, and women as a transversal axis. For years, ecofeminism has been claiming this vision: there will only be climate victory if patriarchy is dismantled and there will only be an egalitarian transition if productivism is dismantled. That is why, it is so important to act transversally on two pillars at the same time: involving women in the fight against climate change and to incorporate in the gender approach the ecological perspective in general and the climate perspective in particular.
The project has two main objectives:
1. To situate climate change in our territory: the relationship between agricultural industry, citizenship and climate change
2. To raise awareness about the natural and cultural heritage of the western part of Almeria’s Province standing for more sustainable agricultural practices
In this sense, series of activity activities to generate debate and ecological awareness will be implemented as such:
– Meeting day on Climate Change with working tables and pooling.
(Food Sovereignty, Renewable Energies, Education and Climate Change, Women and Children)
– Group dynamics sessions in primary and secondary schools.
– Day in urban public space: Urban art competition and theater workshop against change.
– Carrying out dissemination and awareness-raising material on ecological agriculture, dignifying the farmers and especially women farmers, usually invisible.
– Create and moderate a Facebook page on environmental impact in the region.
– Promote the adhesion of schools to the Eco-schools network and to the ALDEA Programme.
– To inform on the sustainable use of water and to promote the creation of a Centre for the Interpretation of Agriculture, a space for raising awareness of sustainable agricultural uses and climate change.
- 200 young people
- 30 teachers
- 120 citizens
- 2.000 people as indirect public