A participatory case study together with the Non Governmental Organization (NGO) Cetap (Centro de Tecnologias Alternativas Populares) in Brazil and farmers with the objective to describe and evaluate the process of agroecological transition with the aim of improving it. An important conclusion of the study is that agroecology is an approach and a process instead of a steady, defined state.
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