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The Chipko women's concept of freedom

The Chipko women's concept of freedom

Ecofeminism : 246-250

This chapter looks at the Chipko movement in India. It describes the way it began and some of its activities. It is a community movement with participation by ordinary women, who realize the need to conserve their freedom, forests and food.

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