1. 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)

  2. Seeds of Freedom

    A new 30-minute film produced by The Gaia Foundation and the Africa Biodiversity Network, in collaboration with MELCA Ethiopia, Navdanya International and GRAIN. Narrated by actor Jeremy Irons, Seeds of Freedom... (comment match)

  3. 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)

  4. Ecological Agriculture, Climate Resilience and a Roadmap to Get There

    Environment and Development Series No. 14. This paper looks at how ecological agriculture, by building healthy soils, cultivating biological diversity and improving water harvesting and management, can strengthen farmers' capacity to... (comment match)

  5. A Fundamentally Transformed Model for Global Agriculture to Prioritize Nutrition

    Daniel Bornstein is a student at Dartmouth College interested in global food security. He has written columns on international development issues for PolicyMic.com, the Merrick Herald (Merrick, N.Y.), and College... (comment match)

  6. A breeding bull can benefit the whole village

    The case of Suklal Rajbanshi, a farmer in Shivgunj, Jhapa who is providing valuable service to cow owners in his village. Case Studies and Articles. LIBRD. Local Initiatives for Biodiversity.... (comment match)

  7. Pathways to resilience

    A document looking at the key elements of a resilient agricultural system. Case Studies and Articles. USC Canada. USC Canada. Agroecology. Global. Case Studies. English... (comment match)

  8. What we need is 40 acres and a mule

    The case of Brent, a urban famer. The urban agriculture movement, sweeping across urban areas, from West Oakland to Detroit, Milwaukee and Chicago to the Bronx and beyond, is a... (comment match)

  9. 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)

  10. 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)