1. Sustainable Peasant and Family Farm Agriculture Can Feed the World

    La Vía Campesina believe that agroecological food production by small farmers is the agricultural model best suited to meeting future food needs. Peasant-based sustainable farming systems based on agroecology and... (comment match)

  2. We will not wait for government

    Concerning how African branch of La Via Campesina (LVC) pledges to build food sovereignty from below by promoting agroecology in the region of Southern, Eastern and Central Africa. Case Studies... (comment match)

  3. Declaration of Sashe

    From the 1st encounter of the agroecology trainers in the African region. 47 people from 22 organizations in 18 countries (Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Angola, Uganda,... (comment match)

  4. Organic farming at the Center stage in South East Asia

    In a first part, this publication gives technical feedbacks and analysis on Sustainable Rice Based Farming Systems in the Philippines. The book concludes that Organic farming is undeniably, one of... (comment match)

  5. La révolution agroécologique.

    Ce livre présente une synthèse de l’expérience paysanne cubaine et les conclusions du travail de systématisation de ce mouvement avant-gardiste, que les organisations paysannes du monde entier peuvent s’approprier et... (comment match)

  6. Peasant Agroecology for Food Sovereignty and Mother Earth, experiences of La Via Campesina

    Our Solutions to the COP21 - New Notebook La Via Campesina - La Via Campesina is pleased to present study booklet number 7: “Peasant Agroecology for Food Sovereignty and Mother... (comment match)

  7. Taking agroecology to scale: the Zero Budget Natural Farming peasant movement in Karnataka, India

    This paper analyzes how peasant movements scale up agroecology. It specifically examines Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF), a grassroots peasant agroecology movement in Karnataka, India. ZBNF ends reliance on purchased... (comment match)