Collection of publications (2014-2021)

People associated with AgroecologyNow! has published a large collection of publications. It is a wide a range of different materials for a diversity of audiences, including researchers, activists, policy-makers and practitioners. 2021 Agroecology Publications Coulibaly, …

In solidarity with the Palestinian People

“In the end we will not remember the words of our enemies but the silence of our friends”  Martin Luther King The ceasefire between Israel and Hamas will no-doubt come as a great relief to …

Join us: Workshop on “Making Money Move for Agroecology”

EVENT DETAILS Date: April 19, 2021 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm CET Organiser: CIDSE and CAWR Supported by: BIOVISION and ASP-TA Languages: English/French/Spanish Pre-registration required:REGISTER HERE. Deadline: 16 April 2021 The ecological, economic and social problems in food systems …

ORFC Belly of the Beast

In the Belly of the Beast: Organising for Food Sovereignty in the US and Beyond: This session will focus on the US Food Sovereignty Movement (USFSA) and the process of organizing for food sovereignty in …

Agroecology Transformations: Open Access Book

This open access book published by Palgrave develops a framework for advancing agroecology transformations focusing on power, politics and governance. It explores the potential of agroecology as a sustainable and socially just alternative to today’s …

Agroecology research mailing list

This agroecology research mailing list is a discussion forum for a growing network of critical agroecology researcher across the UK, Europe and beyond. Its focus is on the social, political and economic aspects of agroecological …

Video collection 1

This ‘Video collection 1’ links to a variety of videos with diverse perspectives on agroecology as a means to cool the planet, realise food sovereignty and food security, find better gender balances and domains, and …

Strengthening FAO’s Commitment to Agroecology

This AgroecologyNow! brief / brochure / booklet, which is titled ‘Strengthening FAO’s Commitment to Agroecology‘, is one of a series of civil society briefings and presents an analysis of the current dynamics, opportunities and challenges of …

A collection of research briefs (2019-2020)

This collection of research briefs represent a series of research briefings for civil society, policy and activist audiences and are based on our wider research program on agroecology, food sovereignty and social transformation for sustainability …