Latin-American woman, accordionist and ecofeminist. Lawyer from The Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador, specialist in Human Rights and Critical Legal Studies from The Latin-American Council of Social Sciences and student of the specialization in Politics of Climate Change, biodiversity and ecosystem services at The Simon Bolivar Andean University. Since her adolescence, Lucia has worked for social and environmentalist movements with focus con human rights, gender and intergenerationality. Her core research is based in political ecology and works as professional volunteer at ReciVeci. Her passion: equality in diversity. Her motto: “sentipensante” a Latin-American way of living known as “feeling-thinking”.
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As a millennial, woman and Latin American lawyer, I am fond of tackling climate change by promoting local alternatives of resilience, adaptation and mitigation, which could be enhanced in national and local policy. Mainly, I arrive to the Women for Climate (W4C) community with a new focus on inclusive recycling, as professional volunteer of the citizenship initiative ReciVeci, which involves the worthy role of women waste pickers.