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Learn/Unlearn

GreenCheck is committed to unlearning inequitable and exploitative practices in climate action and philanthropy. We also want to learn how to create regenerative and equitable systems to take their place. Join us on this journey of learning and unlearning — these resources we've compiled with the help of our Partners are a great start!

The GreenCheck team's favourite books & podcasts:

Books/Novels:

Ecofeminism, by Maria Mies and Vandana Shiva

Ecology, Equity, and the Economy, by Gurudas Nulkar

Environmentalism and Economic Justice, by Laura Pulido

Less is More, by Jason Hickel

The Story of Stuff, by Annie Leonard

This Changes Everything, by Naomi Klein

Podcast: "Citations Needed", Episode 108: How GDP Fetishism Drives Climate Crisis and Inequality

more coming soon!

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Resources recommended by our Partners

Recommended by KAMY:

Podcast: "So Hot Right Now", Episode: Messages from the Frontline

Recommended by CEPC Tolimán:

Book: Ishmael, by David Quinn. 

  • The novel examines the hidden cultural biases driving modern civilization and explores themes of ethics, sustainability, and global catastrophe

 

Podcast: Radio Semilla (Seed Guardian Network Podcast)

 

Podcast: Radio Lab Episode on the “Wood Wide Web” underground forest network

Resources On Agroforestry: Online Free Publications

Recommended by Pacto x el Clima:

Pacto believes that using an ecofeminist lens to guide their work is essential because it captures the intersectionality of the climate struggle. Here are some awesome resources for both beginners and experts!

Collaborative Spotify Playlist: Podcasts & Songs on Ecofeminism

Resources on Ecofeminism (Bilingual!):

more coming soon!