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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.

The database provides a starting point to organize the existing knowledge on agroecology, collecting articles, videos, case studies, books and other important material in one place. The objective is to support policy-makers, farmers, researchers and other relevant stakeholders through knowledge exchange and knowledge transfer. The database is a ‘living process’ that is constantly being updated.

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This publication is an opportunity for Iles de Paix to draw an initial assessment of 6 years of support to peasant families in the Huánuco region, Peru, and highlight the various obstacles for agroecology to consolidate itself as a sustainable alternative for small-scale family farmers. What successes have these families...
Peru
Article
2020
It is perhaps obvious to state that the current financial architecture for ‘agricultural development’ has not been designed and equipped to support agroecology, let alone to support the transitions required to enable viable agroecology. Recent studies have begun to reveal how little money is allocated to agroecology and how private...
Policy brief/paper
2020
Conservation and sustainable use of pollinators require commitment and support from all the stakeholders across sectors and organizations. Since the release of the landmark IPBES thematic assessment on pollinators, pollination and food production in 2016, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Network (BES-Net) has been promoting the uptake of the assessment, using the science-policy-practice dialogue approach...
Event
2020
Conservation and sustainable use of pollinators require commitment and support from all the stakeholders across sectors and organizations. Since the release of the landmark IPBES thematic assessment on pollinators, pollination and food production in 2016, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Network (BES-Net) has been promoting the uptake of the assessment, using...
Event
2020
Agroecology Newsletter of November 2020.
Newsletter
2020
Agroecology Newsletter of December 2020.
Newsletter
2020
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