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Agroecology, what it is and what it has to offer

In a context of a changing climate and growing concerns for more healthy food systems, agroecology is gaining momentum as a scientific discipline, sustainable farming approach and social movement. There is growing anecdotal and case study evidence of its multiple benefits, from climate resilience to farm productivity. Yet its promotion in public agricultural policies, research and extension is still limited. This paper explores why this is. It calls for consolidating the evidence base for agroecology through multi-dimensional tools that not only measure yields, but also its many other benefits: economic, environmental and social. Mainstreaming agroecology will require a fundamental cultural and philosophical shift in how we as a society define ‘productive’ and ‘efficient’ agriculture.

Title of publication: Agroecology, what it is and what it has to offer
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发布者: International Institute for Environment and Development
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年份: 2014
国际标准图书编号: 978-1-78431-065-3
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内容语言: English
Author: Silica, L. ,
类别: 政策简报
Organization: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

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