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An infographic illustrating the principles of agroecology, available in EN, ES, FR, GE, IT, NL, PT
Press release: Agroecology is not only about food: a new project analyses its dimensions and impacts
Agroecology is an encompassing concept related to the environmental, socio-cultural, economic and political spheres of our society. It involves a way of producing, distributing and consuming food as well as developing food policies that is mindful of concepts like equality, solidarity, democracy, empowerment and ecology.
Towards just, resilient and sustainable food systems
Food insecurity is largely driven by a food system that is highly controlled by agribusiness. But there's a better way.
Environmental and development organizations from five continents have today written to the UN’s aviation agency (ICAO) condemning a proposal for large-scale use of biofuels in planes.
On 14-16 October 2016 a unique historic event took place in The Hague, The Netherlands, and it did happen thanks to the people’s power and to their tireless struggle for justice. This was the International Monsanto Tribunal, a remarkable two days of symbolic trial where 30 victims of Monsanto's practices witnessed in front of renowned judges, who were asked to provide a legal opinion on the environmental and health damages caused by Monsanto.
‘Climate-Smart Agriculture’: the Emperor’s new clothes? - CIDSE Discussion paper, October 2014 (available in EN - ES - FR - PT)
How are women affected by climate change? Why do women’s lives and voices matter in the run up to COP21? Here’s the July version of “Stories for Climate Justice”, focused on Climate Justice and Women.
A new video in our monthly series "Stories for Climate Justice"