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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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The French Centre for International Cooperation in Agricultural Research for Development (CIRAD), as part of its research mission, and the French Development Agency (AFD), as part of its mandate of providing development aid to countries in the Global South, are exploring the possibilities of developing systems based on the scientific principles of agroecology. Several...
Libro
2019
Bees, butterflies, and other insects are under attack by the very plants they feed on as U.S. agriculture continues to use chemicals known to kill. America’s agricultural landscape is now 48 times more toxic to honeybees, and likely other insects, than it was 25 years ago, almost entirely due to widespread...
United States of America
Artículo
2019
We present a method for calculating the Acute Insecticide Toxicity Loading (AITL) on US agricultural lands and surrounding areas and an assessment of the changes in AITL from 1992 through 2014. The AITL method accounts for the total mass of insecticides used in the US, acute toxicity to insects using...
United States of America
artículo de revista
2019
This study examines the impacts of a set of agroecological interventions for a typical semiarid African country on the achievement of all the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The policy analysis utilises the Threshold21-iSDG model, developed by the Millennium Institute (MI), which integrates the social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainable development into one framework....
Informe
2018
As support for agroecology grows around the world, an urgent question spanning our field’sscientific, practical, and movement dimensions is how agroecology can “scale” to includemorepeople in more places in fair, sustainable food systems. Our challenge is to seize this opportunitywhile pushing back against the tendency to strip agroecology of its...
artículo de revista
2019
Interactions between aboveground and belowground organisms are important drivers of plant growth and performance in natural ecosystems. Making practical use of such above-belowground biotic interactions offers important opportunities for enhancing the sustainability of agriculture, as it could favor crop growth, nutrient supply, and defense against biotic and abiotic stresses. However,...
artículo de revista
2019
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