Agroecology is the new paradigm to promote a more socially just productive and resilient agriculture. We create a dialog to promote the change of ideas…
Miguel Altieri, UC Berkley, Agroecology
A transition is urgently needed, but how? What alternative policies can enable communities to realize their own food security in the face of environmental challenges, while also improving livelihoods, building resilience, and conserving ecosystems? Many food-related movements have already emerged around the world, but what ongoing challenges do they face?
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