Save and Grow in Practice
Clayton Campanhola explains the idea behind the book: the need for a more sustainable agriculture on a global scale. He gives examples of ecosystem-based agriculture, as intercropping between cereals and pulses and fish farming in rice paddies, underlining the important role that these farming systems can play in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Finally, he talks about the advantages for farmers and the role of policy makers.
Reference: FITW0066
5min. 12sec.
Language(s): English
Topic(s): Emergencies/Crises, Interview