Dangerous Intersections: Feminism, Population and Environment (J. Silliman & Y. King)

Editor(s)

Jael Silliman and Ynestra King

Keywords

Population explosion, environmental degradation, economic development

Abstract

Dangerous Intersections provides a multicultural and international perspective on three major global problems: environmental degradation, economic development and the population ‘explosion‘. It presents crucial alternative voices and approaches to the short-sighted policies supported by the mainstream and NGOs alike – policies that focus on the fertility of poor black women – in both North and South – as the primary threat to the ecologial viability of the plant.

Citation

Jael Silliman and Ynestra King (eds), Dangerous Intersections: Feminism, Population and Environment (Zed Books, 1997)

Book

Dangerous Intersections: Feminism, Population and Environment

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