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La agroecología desempeña una función importante con vistas a contribuir a la erradicación del hambre y la pobreza extrema y como vía para facilitar la transición a sistemas alimentarios más productivos, sostenibles e inclusivos. Crear una mayor conciencia de la agroecología y sus ventajas es un paso importante a fin de ayudar a los encargados de formular las políticas, los agricultores y los investigadores a aplicar este enfoque para lograr un mundo libre del hambre.

La base de datos ofrece un punto de partida para organizar los conocimientos existentes sobre agroecología, mediante la recopilación de artículos, vídeos, estudios de casos, libros y material importante de otros tipos en un único lugar. El objetivo es prestar apoyo a los encargados de formular las políticas, los agricultores, los investigadores y otras partes interesadas pertinentes mediante el intercambio y la transferencia de conocimientos. La base de datos es un "proceso vivo" por cuanto se actualiza constantemente

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A growing body of scientific evidence shows that agroecology innovations and practices are technically feasible, affordable, politically socially and culturally acceptable, adaptable to local circumstances and environmentally sound. This paper presents a set of evaluation criteria with which to assess innovations against such conditions.
Informe
2018
This report is aimed primarily at policy makers and others who make or influence national and institutional decisions and actions. It is the outcome of intensive consultations and discussions aimed at developing a common approach to FAO’s work on sustainability.
Informe
2014
In April 2018, FAO hosted the Second International Symposium on Agroecology to Achieve the SDGs; the Symposium had an impressive level of attendance with a total of 768 participants.    With the main objective of moving from dialogue to action, the Symposium brought together different stakeholders and catalyzed inter-disciplinary dialogue and collaboration,...
Conference proceedings
2019
The city of Madison, Wisconsin is built on an isthmus between two lakes fed from largely agricultural lands. Water quality, affected by excess phosphorus (P) in particular in this area, is a significant concern for urban, recreational, and environmental stakeholders. The entire community needed a mechanism through which land management...
United States of America
Innovation
2018
The case studies follow on from IPES-Food’s 2016 report, From Uniformity to Diversity, which identified the vicious cycles locking industrial food and farming systems in place, despite their severe impacts on human health, economic and social well-being, biodiversity, and climate change. The case studies provide concrete examples of how people are rethinking...
Informe
2018
Agroecology can offer an important vehicle to reduce poverty and inequality, by contributing to decent work and addressing a fundamental human need – access to food. 
Informe
2018
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