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We, the organizations convening the Third International Ecosocialist Encounter, held in Bilbao from September of ,. Skip to content We, the organizations convening the Third International Ecosocialist Encounter, held in Bilbao from September of , Considering: That capitalism has been developed despite and in the face of the two basic dependencies that make human life possible.

First, it ignores the fact that, like all other living species, we obtain the things we need in order to live from nature; second, it obscures the fact that our survival depends greatly on the care and time we receive from others from the moment we are born up until death. That this ignorance and concealment stem from the fact that capitalism assigns economic value only to that which can be measured with money.

It is impossible to analyze from the point of view of money activities such as photosynthesis, natural cycles like the water or carbon cycle, all the tasks associated with reproduction and human care. Hence, they are invisible to the capitalist economy. That, ignoring the limitations resulting from these dependencies with regard to nature and people, the capitalist mode of production, distribution and consumption which seeks only private profit and accumulation bases its reproduction on continuous and unlimited growth.

This unlimited growth clashes with the biophysical limits of the planet. That, despite official speeches, the UNFCC Conference in Paris has been incapable of finding a route to efficiently and urgently confronting the devastating consequences of climate change, because, among other reasons, it allows polluters to continue using fossil fuels and enables the corporate assault on renewable energy.

That also, and particularly in the neoliberal phase of capitalism, the prevailing mode of production and consumption has created an enormously unjust and unequal global society in which overconsumption, pillaging and the enrichment of a small few are rooted in scarcity and the poverty of the majority, as well as in the confiscation of the time which, in these patriarchal societies, women in particular must dedicate to social reproduction and everyday efforts toward wellbeing.

That the hunger, environmental problems and armed conflicts that currently displace millions of people from their countries of origin are caused by the structural conditions that configure international relations among actors that compete in the global market. It is necessary to change the capitalist mode of production based on private ownership over the means of production.

The fundamental questions are certainly those of what to produce, for what reasons and for whom, as well as who participates in the decisions and how they should be made.

That, like it or not, we are facing a process of ecosocialist transitions that guide us to degrowth in the material sphere of the economy. These transitions are economic of the model of production, energy… , social the social organization of citizens , cultural education… , legislative and territorial municipalities in transition… and should be adapted to serving people and communities, environmentally balanced and democratically chosen.

Otherwise, they will lead to a model of society in which a small group of people the big powers are able to maintain their current lifestyle thanks to the fact that the majority goes without meeting their basic material needs which guarantee a dignified existence. That is essential to guarantee access to the conditions for a dignified and autonomous life for all peoples. That, for that, we advocate transitions that are capable of responding to the ecological urgency, simultaneously facing the problems derived from social emergencies, which we believe requires contrast and collaboration between these two arenas which have not always walked hand-in-hand.

A central objective of these three Ecosocialist Encounters has been to offer both arenas a broad and diverse audience in which labor unions have played a central role. That this distribution should be accompanied by a rethinking of the notion of work, such that the whole set of socially necessary work is put at the center and in contrast to the dominant thinking today which disregards the nature of production, as long as it is economically profitable, and only considers work that which is carried out in the arena of paid labor, making invisible all those people whose work is linked to human reproduction.

That public authorities should promote socially necessary sectors, such as those that are linked to energy rehabilitation for buildings, renewable energies, public transportation, agroecology, community services related to citizens and free time, health, and education. Sectors that consume less energy and materials that, on the other hand, are labor intensive and that hence will help compensate for inevitable job losses in economic sectors that should experience regrowth or disappear in ecosocialist transitions.

That for these transitions to be fair and sustainable, it is essential to infuse our societies with a feminist vision that is capable of extending to all arenas the right of women to equality, breaking the bonds of patriarchal oppression and the violence it perpetrates against them; and promote popular empowerment democracy and sovereignty against these monopolizing and insatiable elites that occupy the centers of power and sequester from them the will of the majorities.

For this, we reassert the right of communities to decide on important issues that affect them, both in the arena of politics as well as the economy. With all its possible contradictions, we believe that this route will better promote the basic needs of people in these communities and their balanced relationship with the environment than that of the blind market or the dictatorship of technocrats. That this empowerment should be manifested as well through community or collective management of natural resources and common goods re-municipalization of electricity grids… , through the recovery of public banks which are essential to addressing said transitions, and through the denouncement of illegal debt, a pretext for austericide.

That a decisive pillar of these ecosocialist transitions should be education; education as paideia , a process of collective and personal self-construction throughout life as the eco-dependent and interdependent beings that we are. That we should reject the instrumental focus of neoliberal education and trade competition for cooperation, individualism for collaboration, results for processes… That we should contribute to change that does not reproduce the content and practices of a culture that is unsustainable and ask ourselves questions that remove that culture, making school into an institution that does not reproduce, but rather, transforms.

We vow to: Extend ecosocialist and feminist consciousness throughout the world. Promote the creation of an international ecosocialist network, linked to platforms such as Via Campesina, Plan B for Europe… or movements in favor of climate justice, or human rights for all peoples, without distinctions or categories… Promote exchange and collaboration among different social and political agents that work in the area of ecological urgency and social emergency, to seek popular majorities in favor of a change of model.

Present to government institutions legislative proposals that favor the necessary ecosocialist transitions. Priority areas should include safeguarding economic, social and cultural rights in constitutions, and protecting our common goods while guaranteeing equal access to their management and enjoyment.

Participate in, promote or distribute all struggles against environmental deterioration, particularly against major investment projects in the fossil fuels industry, and against the privatization of natural resources and common goods. Like this: Like Loading Next Next post: Globalization and its New Discontents. Facebook Twitter. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.

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Majin Promote the creation of an international ecosocialist network, linked to platforms such as Via Campesina, Plan B ecosociaismo Europe… or movements in favor of climate justice, or human rights for all peoples, without distinctions or categories… Promote exchange and collaboration among different social and political agents that work in the area of ecological urgency and social emergency, to seek popular majorities in favor of a change of model. Son miembros del colectivo Plataforma 12, integrado por notorias figuras de la Argentina, que respaldan al pueblo mendocino ecospcialismo su defensa del agua. Why the Left should embrace degrowth — Ecologise. That, ignoring the limitations resulting from fcosocialismo dependencies with regard to nature and people, the capitalist mode of production, distribution and consumption which seeks only private profit and accumulation bases its reproduction on continuous and unlimited growth. Las obras del Metrobus han quitado, han eliminado las plazoletas centrales, sobre todo las que estaban en los dos extremos, tanto en el Sur por San Juan, como en el extremo norte a la altura de Arroyo. Faule That this ignorance and concealment stem from the fact that capitalism assigns economic value only to that which can be measured with money. That public authorities should promote socially necessary sectors, such as those that are linked to energy rehabilitation for buildings, renewable energies, public transportation, agroecology, community services related to citizens and free time, health, and education.

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MANIFIESTO ECOSOCIALISTA INTERNACIONAL PDF

We, the organizations convening the Third International Ecosocialist Encounter, held in Bilbao from September of ,. Skip to content We, the organizations convening the Third International Ecosocialist Encounter, held in Bilbao from September of , Considering: That capitalism has been developed despite and in the face of the two basic dependencies that make human life possible. First, it ignores the fact that, like all other living species, we obtain the things we need in order to live from nature; second, it obscures the fact that our survival depends greatly on the care and time we receive from others from the moment we are born up until death. That this ignorance and concealment stem from the fact that capitalism assigns economic value only to that which can be measured with money. It is impossible to analyze from the point of view of money activities such as photosynthesis, natural cycles like the water or carbon cycle, all the tasks associated with reproduction and human care.

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