While indigenous communities often have a different vision of natural resource management than the Québec government or the forest industry, many forestry projects are carried out in their territories.
University students from immigrant families face different challenges than their counterparts whose parents were born in Canada.
"I first became an environmentalist, and then a feminist. Then, I discovered the ecofeminist approach, which almost perfectly unites my two research interests," explains Annie Rochette.
As a young mother in the 1970s and a professor at UQAM, Francine Descarries was drawn to the feminist movement, which was becoming increasingly vocal.
Congratulations toFélix Mathieu and Dave Guénette!