Title REPORT | Agroecology. Putting food sovereignty into action
Contributor Why Hunger
Content Agroecology is an agricultural method based on the traditional knowledge of those who cultivate the land and a way of life. We believe its practice is critical to addressing global hunger and increasing communities’ access to basic resources such as land, water and seeds. The publication is not a technical guide to agroecology, rather it shares the knowledge and perspectives of 10 social movement leaders that are working to “scale up” agroecology around the world. It also highlights the social, political, cultural, nutritional and spiritual meanings of agroecology from within communities that have been negatively impacted by the commodification of food.
Year Published 2015
Language English
Link http://whyhunger.org/uploads/fileAssets/6ca854_4622aa.pdf