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We introduce the term "relational activism" to call attention to the way that relationship-building work contributes to conventional activism (re-activism) and constitutes activism in and of itself. In so doing, we unravel Mohai's paradox – a long-standing "ironic contrast" that notes that women's environmental concern is not reflected in greater contributions to activism than men's. We position relational activism as a bridging concept between re-activism and social capital. Relationaldoi:10.29173/cjs7507 fatcat:3yysksd3mfge7cblrw6jalwzo4