Feminist Agroecology For a Fair and Sustainable Global Food System

Feminist agroecology places ‘life’, relationships, care and balance at the center of a fair and sustainable food system. […]

From COVID-19 to Radical Transformation of Our Food Systems

Covid-19 has underscored the need for systemic change towards socially just food systems with agency, sustainability and stability at its heart, which can be characterised as agroecology and food sovereignty. […]

Transforming Agriculture and Food Systems Using the 10 Elements of Agroecology

The FAO’s 10 elements of agroecology supports the design of differentiated paths for agriculture and food systems transformation, hence facilitating improved decision-making at different scales along agroecological transitions towards sustainable agriculture and food systems. […]

Agroecology’s Transformative Resilience-Building Potential

This study finds robust scientific evidence demonstrating that agroecology increases climate resilience and contributes to a low-emissions pathway. The interdisciplinary and systemic nature of agroecology is key for its true transformational power. […]

Agroecology Essential for a Robust Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework

By integrating agroecological principles, the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework will be more robust in considering threats to biodiversity, people’s needs and identifying tools and solutions in support of the 2050 vision of ‘Living in harmony with nature’. […]

Farmer-based Agroecology: A Societal Transformation of Food and Agriculture

Farmer-based agroecology is an essential part of a global process of change combining ecological and social justice and emancipation, and in which farmers and citizens are fully involved at all levels. […]

Accelerated Transformation of Our Food Systems Needed Now

A new book describes major highlights and trends in our agri-food systems over the last decade. Fundamental transformation is urgently needed to withstand the enormous challenges, and agroecology is the emerging and integrating answer to new challenges. […]

Time to Abandon Failing Green Revolution

It is time for African governments to step back from the failing Green Revolution and chart a new food system that respects local cultures and communities by promoting low-cost, low-input ecological agriculture. […]

Agroecology to Reconstruct a Post-Covid-19 Agriculture

Agroecology provides a path to reconstruct a post-COVID-19 agriculture, able to avoid future widespread disruptions of food supplies by territorializing food production and consumption, and providing means to cope with future challenges by exhibiting high levels of diversity and resilience while delivering yields and providing key ecosystem functions. […]

Unlocking the Potential for Agroecological Transition in West Africa

This new report from IPES-Food identifies four leverage points where sustained action could build on progress already made, overcome key obstacles, and accelerate the agroecological transition in West Africa. […]