1. Measuring farmer's agroecological resistance in the wake of Hurricane Mitch

    This study, published in 2001 by IIED, is the outcome of a participatory action research carried out in cooperation with the Campesino a Campesino, a farmer-led sustainable agriculture movement in... (comment match)

  2. Learning in the field : Isang Bagsak helps people chart their own future

    A new form of peer learning, developed jointly by researchers and development practitioners in Africa and Asia, uses face-to-face meetings, field practice, and Internet links to learn from each other... (comment match)

  3. From gray to green : replanting hope in Africa's highlands

    In Uganda’s Kabale district, too many people had been trying to make a living from too little land. Because of overpopulation and exhaustion of the soil by intense cultivation, the... (comment match)

  4. The Agro-ecological Village Development Model: Experiences in the Philippines and China

    An agro-ecological approach to rural development in the Philippines and China, devloped by Resource Efficient Agricultural Production Canada (REAP-Canada). REAP-Canada. Claudia Ho Lem. Roger Samson. Agroecology. Regional. Case Studies. English... (comment match)

  5. Whose "clean" development? Communities Speak Out

    Three case studies from India, Philippines and Thailand on Clean Development Mechanism: Our analysis, and that of many communities and organisations across Asia, is that the CDM is an extension of... (comment match)

  6. The Rwenzori Experience

    Environment and Development Series No. 15. This booklet is a portrait of a unique participatory learning project involving farming communities in the Rwenzori region of Western Uganda. The project brought rural... (comment match)

  7. Escaping the Hunger Cycle. Pathways to Resilience in the Sahel

    Interesting experience of Famers Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) as transition to ecological farming, particularly in the Sahel. The network “Africa Regreening Initiative” is actively developing innovative ways to scale... (comment match)

  8. Agroecology and the struggles for food sovereignity in the Americas

    This publication originated at an international workshop held at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies in New Haven, USA, April 15-17, 2004. It was published jointly, in Spanish... (comment match)

  9. Agroecology and Advocacy: Innovations in Asia

    The Asian Farmers' Association for Sustainable Development and the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy have produced a new report documenting successful approaches in three countries: Cambodia, Philippines, Indonesia. The... (comment match)

  10. Highlights on Scaling Up of the IBS Program in DRC

    The Integrated Bioeconomy System (IBS) as developed and practiced by Bioeconomy Africa is a process of farmer training based on sound ecological principles which, through minimal external... (comment match)