Ecofeminism is constituted by different feminist approaches and environmental studies including critiques of modernity, capitalism, and neoliberalism. The book Ecofeminism by Maria Mies and Vandana Shiva has been a source of inspiration for many feminists with their criticism of the current system after its first edition in 1993. The authors regarded ecofeminism as a criticism of both the patriarchal science and the degradation of nature, and they established links between these two. From the perspective of Mies and Shiva, ecofeminism is not only a field of academic studies but also a way of doing politics. Since the first edition, ecofeminism has played an important role as a source of inspiration for woman studies and remained valuable today as guides for the struggles against the destruction of nature. In this paper, the book of Ecofeminism is examined around the main themes, and attention is paid to the holistic criticism brought by ecofeminist economic approaches.