1. Who produces our food?

    by Aksel Naerstad International co-coordinator of the More and Better Network Small scale food producers produce 70% of the total global food production according to United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) and the... (comment match)

  2. Voices of Transition

    On the 17th of January, to coincide with the UN Year of Family Farming and the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (17. – 26.1214), French-German filmmaker and sociologist Nils Aguliar released his... (comment match)

  3. The future role of agroecology in the world

    June 2014: The growing support for agroecology on the international political agenda was discussed on May 18th in Juazeiro, Brazil. Experts shared the various challenges they face in their respective... (comment match)

  4. Agricultural Transition

    AGRICULTURAL TRANSITION – a different logic  is a publication released by the More and Better Network in the occasion of the Rio+20 Conference and quite different from other reports. The booklet... (comment match)

  5. Declaration of the Forum for Agroecology

    We are delegates representing diverse organizations and international movements of small-scale food producers and consumers, including peasants, indigenous peoples and communities (including hunters and gatherers), family farmers, rural workers, herders... (comment match)

  6. Agroecology - the bold future of Africa

    A press release from AFSA - The African Alliance for Food Sovereignty 21 Oct. 2015. It’s time for us to recognize that agroecology is the future of farming in Africa! Industrial... (comment match)