Agroecology: from uniformity to diversity

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Levania Daria

Why agroecology can be a powerful lever for solving some of the major challenges of our time, all the while providing sustainable solutions to the issues of food security and nutrition,
the fight against poverty and social inequalities, the adaptation to climate change, and the
preservation of biodiversity and natural resources?

Recently, Emile Frison – the Agroecology Colaition’s Interim Coordinator and the member of IPES-Food – gave a presentation (in French) on the positive effects of the agroecological principles on the environment, communities, and society at large.

You can find the presentation slides below.


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