Agroecology Knowledge Hub


Agroecology plays an important role in contributing to the eradication of hunger and extreme poverty, and as a means to facilitate the transition to more productive, sustainable and inclusive food systems. Creating a greater awareness of agroecology and its advantages is an important step to help policy-makers, farmers and researchers to apply this approach to achieve a world without hunger.

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Created in 2007, the Agroecology MS Program at UW-Madison trains students to research and analyze agricultural systems within a broader environmental and socio-economic context. The Agroecology Program is supported by the interdisciplinary Agroecology cluster, which hired three faculty members in 2002: Michael Bell in community and environmental sociology, Claudio Gratton...
United States of America
The study of food systems lends itself beautifully to true interdisciplinary learning and problem solving. It also has the capacity to profoundly connect us with nature and the place we live. Students will discover our food system's complexity and vulnerability, and they will be able to ask informed questions. Students...
United States of America
A developing new bachelor degree on Agroecology and Food Systems, as well as MSc and PhD programs. It will include international research, as well as territory-linked research with our closer social and natural environment, always looking at food from alternative food systems perspective more grounded into transformative groups (eg. food...
The Sustainable Agriculture Graduate Program builds on a solid foundation of agricultural science, while providing courses and professional development opportunities in the biological, social, and economic elements of sustainability.
United States of America
Sustainable Agriculture promotes the principles of a viable agro-ecosystem with natural living systems that operate compatibly through responsible management of abiotic and biotic resources and it is particularly sensitive to environmental pollution and waste. The postgraduate program enables the graduates to understand the theoretical background of sustainable agriculture and familiarize...
The MSc Food Systems is a joint venture of six leading European higher education institutes: The University of Kassel in Witzenhausen (Faculty of Organic Agricultural Sciences), the University of Applied Sciences Fulda (Faculty of Nutritional, Food and Consumer Sciences), the University of Ghent, Belgium (Faculty of Bioscience Engineering), Institute Supérieur...
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