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Spanish-language presentation about the Agroecology Coalition

Recently, the Agroecology Coalition’s Interim Coordinator – Emile Frison of IPES-Food – gave a detailed presentation about the Coalition and its importance – in Spanish. Directed at the country representatives of REAF (Reunión Especializada de Agricultura Familiar del MERCOSUR REAF), the below slides provide a summary of what the Coalition is all about and why […]

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Access Agriculture receives 2022 Arrell Global Food Innovation Award

On 7 June 2022, Access Agriculture – one of the Communications and Advocacy Working Group’s members of the Coalition – received the 2022 Arrell Global Food Innovation Award in the category of Community Engagement Innovation in Toronto, Canada. The Award recognises global excellence in food innovation and community impact and is adjudicated by a group […]

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Key takeaways from the Regional Dialogue on Climate Resilient Food Systems in Africa

On 12 April, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WFF), Biovision and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), co-organized a virtual dialogue for the African region, with the aim to showcase practical and scientific evidence in line with agroecological principles, building on the outcomes of COP26 KJWA negotiations and in preparation for COP27. […]

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Agroecology: from uniformity to diversity

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 thepreservation of biodiversity and natural resources? Recently, Emile Frison – the Agroecology […]

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We are all Atlas: Emile Frison from Agroecology Coalition speaks at UNEA 5 side event

This past 1 March, Denmark – as the current chair of the Amsterdam Declarations Partnership (ADP) – hosted a flagship side event at the Fifth Session of the United Nations Environment Assembly – or UNEA 5 – titled “We are all Atlas: sharing best practices for collaboration on sustainable deforestation-free, agricultural commodity production and consumption.” Though the event […]

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All eyes on agroecology at the Latin America and Caribbean Regional Dialogue on Climate-Resilient Agri-Food Systems

Last month, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO), the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Biovision have co-organized the Latin America and Caribbean Regional Dialogue on Climate-Resilient Agri-Food Systems, held on 15 March. The event was attended by Emile Frison, the Agroecology Coalition’s Interim Coordinator and the member of IPES-Food, Rachel Bezner-Kerr […]

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