Agroecology can Help African Farmers Survive the Climate Emergency

This publication highlights how African farmers are beginning to implement long-term, agroecological solutions to Africa’s climate crisis and calls for support of these, instead of false solutions. […]

Breaking the World’s Chemical Fertiliser Addiction

Given the high costs of chemical fertilisers, it is critical that governments focus on reducing their consumption in the long-term, including supporting farmers to transition towards environmentally-sound and more cost-effective alternatives. […]

Confronting the Profiteers of Destructive Industrial Agriculture

There is urgent need to end the fossil-fuel based and chemical-reliant industrial agriculture model and to invest more ambitiously in an agroecological transition. […]

Human Rights Key to Protecting Biodiversity

The Global Biodiversity Framework will succeed only to the extent that it guarantees the rights of indigenous peoples, peasants, and other smallholder food producers, while putting the world’s food systems on a path toward agroecology. […]

Mainstreaming Agroecology in Southeast Asian Higher Education

This policy brief advocates greater support for institutional reforms that are essential to building or strengthening agro-ecological foundations in Southeast Asian higher education institutes to achieve the SDGs. […]

Learning from Indigenous Peoples to Build Climate-Resilient Food Systems

Indigenous Peoples’ food systems are probably amongst the best placed to provide insights, lessons and empirical evidence that could facilitate the transition towards more sustainable food systems. […]

UN Special Rapporteur: Recognize Farmers’ Rights to Seeds as Human Rights

The UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food has called for national laws to recognize farmers’ rights as human rights, and establish farmers’ rights as the fundamental aspect of national seed systems. […]

Decolonizing and Democratizing Food Knowledge Systems

While evidence of the transformative potential of agroecology, regenerative approaches, and Indigenous foodways already exists, action is needed to overcome the politics of knowledge that keep these approaches from being understood, taken up, and acted upon. […]

How Agroecology is Bringing Land Back to Life in Africa

This book show how agroecology nurtures soil health, conserves biodiversity, and restores dignity to Africa’s small-scale food producers. […]

Funding Agroecology the Right Way

This paper offers a series of considerations and recommendations to increase the quantity and quality of funding for agroecology. […]