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Leaf Pattern Design

My doctoral thesis is titled “Energy as the work of nature: the quandaries of sacrificial productivism in Chiloé, south of Chile”. In it I develop an argument to connect the morality of work and the valorization of energy through the idea of sacrifice, all this in light of the disputes around renewable energy infrastructure in the Chiloé archipelago. Before my doctoral studies I worked on issues of social policies and state anthropology, and community management of natural resources.

I promote the debate around Universal Basic Income and Degrowth from a feminist and anti-colonial perspective. I am part of the Center for Socio-Environmental Analysis (HOME), ofDegrowth London and theChilean Basic Income Network (in turn part of theBasic Income Earth Network). You can subscribe to the CASA news that we send every two monthshere

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