Publications

2024 Agroecology Now Publications

Abbas, M., Franklin, A., Lemke, S., & Tornaghi, C. (2024). Practicing care-full scholarship: Exploring the use of ‘visual informed consent’ in a study of motherhood, health and agroecology in Coventry, UK. Qualitative Research, 14687941231224584.

Milgroom, J., & Claeys, P. (2024). Participation is not the answer: epistemic violence and authoritarian practices in conservation-forced displacementThe Journal of Peasant Studies, 1-27.

Moeller, N. (2024). Mapping agroecology in Denmark. In: Wezel, A., Grard, B., Kamilia, K., and Gkisakis, V. (eds). Mapping agroecology in Europe. Country Reports Series, Vol. 2, ISARA & Agroecology Europe.

Tornaghi C., Dehaene M. (2024). Agroecological Urbanism: What is it, why we need it, and the role of UN-Habitat. Policy Briefing, Coventry, pp. 1-6.

Tornaghi, C. (2024). Raising the Ambition of Urban Agriculture in Public Space: Nurturing Urban Agroecology and More-than-Human Health. In Urban Agriculture in Public Space: Planning and Designing for Human Flourishing in Northern European Cities and Beyond (pp. 285-309). Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Terrile, R., Martinez, N., Paz, N., Brunotto, F., Costa, M., Budai, N., … & Tornaghi, C. (2024). Urban food waste for soil amendment? Analysis and characterisation of waste-based compost for soil fertility management in agroecological horticultural production systems in the city of Rosario, Argentina. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems8, 1338451.

Baker, L., Brock, S., Jekums, A., Ahmed, F. Fernandez, M., DeClerck, F., Lundgren, J.,  Bellon, S., Gubbels, P., Maland Cady, J. Stancu, C., Hoare, B., Renduchintala, S.,  Thallam, V., Bezner Kerr, R., Peters, A., Mendez, E., Anderson, C.R., Montenegro de Wit, M., Rosado-May, F., Wittman, H. and M. Anderson. (2024). A wider lens of evidence is essential for food systems transformation. Nature Food.

Ramdas, S. R., & Pimbert, M. P. (2024). A cog in the capitalist wheel: co-opting agroecology in South IndiaThe Journal of Peasant Studies, 1-23.

2023 Agroecology Now Publications

Moeller, N. Friesen, E., Anderson, C.R., Geck, M., Barahona, C., Broudic, C., Cluset, R., Leippert, F., Mills, D., Mueting-van Loon, A., Piers de Raveschoot, S. (2023). Measuring agroecology: Introducing a methodological framework. Elementa.  

Maughan, C. and C.R. Anderson (2023). A shared human endeavour: Farmer Participation and Knowledge Co-production in Agroecological Research. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems.  

Tornaghi C., McAllister G., Moeller N., Pedersen M. (2023), “Building Medicinal Agroecology: Conceptual grounding for healing of rifts”, Chapter 1, in Fiebrig I. N. (ed.), Medicinal Agroecology, CRC press; pp. 3-16

Milgroom, J., Kabra S., and Wilmsen, B. (2023). Saying No to development-forced displacement and resettlement: myths and alternatives. CAWR Policy Brief series.

McAllister, G., Bhatasara, S., Claeys, P., Howard, J., Lemke, S., MacKinnon, K., Moeller, N.I. (2023). Editorial: Participatory action research in a time of COVID and beyond. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. Volume 7.

Rachel Wynberg, Michel PimbertNina Moeller, Georgina McAllister, Rachel Bezner Kerr, Jasber Singh, Million Belay & Mvuselelo Ngcoya (2023) Nature-Based Solutions and Agroecology: Business as Usual or an Opportunity for Transformative Change?,Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 65:1, 15-22

2022 Agroecology Publications

Pimbert, M.P. (2022). Transforming food and agriculture: Competing visions and major controversiesMondes en Développement Vol.50-2022/3-4 n°199-200: 361-384

Singh, J. (2022). Monitoring social inclusion and the right to food and nutrition in Europe. FIAN International.

Claeys, P. Van Dyck, B. (2022). Navigating Dreams and Precarity: Working and Learning Conditions of Young Agricultural Workers, Interns and Volunteers Across Europe. European Coordination Via Campesina Youth Articulation. (Also available in French and Spanish)

Claeys, P., Lemke, S. & Camacho, J. (2022), ‘Editorial: Women’s Communal Land Rights‘, Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, vol. 6, 877545, pp. 1-3.

Claeys, P. and D. Delgado Pugley. (2022). Promoting the Participation of Affected Communities in Global Climate Arrangements. CJDS Policy Brief Series. Canadian Journal of Development Studies, Canada.

McAllister, G. (2022). Gaza’s food system has been stretched to breaking point by Israel. The Conversation

Anderson, C.R., McCune, N., Buccini, G., Mendez, V.E., Carasco, A., Caswell, M., Blume, S., & Ahmed, F. (2022). Working Together for Agroecology Transitions. Perspectives on Agroecology Transitions – No. 3. Agroecology and Livelihoods Collaborative (ALC), University of Vermont.

Tittonell, P., El Mujtar, V., Félix, G.F., Kebede, Y., Laborda, L., Luján Soto, R. & de Vente, J. (2022) Regenerative agriculture—agroecology without politics? Front. Sustain. Food Syst. 6:844261.

Félix, G.F. & Sanfiorenzo, A. (2022) Learning Agroecology Online During COVID-19Front. Sustain. Food Syst. 6:821514.

Félix, G. (2022). A Puerto Rican recipe for Food Sovereignty. Mint Magazine.

Vandermaelen, H., Dehaene, M., Tornaghi, C., Vanempten, E., & Verhoeve, A. (2022). Public land for urban food policy? A critical data-analysis of public land transactions in the Ghent city region (Belgium). European Planning Studies. Paper published open access online.

Pimbert, M.P. (2022). Reclaiming Diverse Seed Commons Through Food Sovereignty, Agroecology and Economies of Care. In: Nishikawa Y., Pimbert M. (eds) Seeds for Diversity and Inclusion. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham [Open Access]

Nishikawa, Y. and  Michel Pimbert (eds). (2022). Seeds For Diversity and Inclusion: Agroecology and Endogenous Development. Palgrave MacMillan, Cham. [Open Access]

Pimbert, M.P. (2022).  Citizens’ Juries.  In: Patricia Leavy (Ed). Popularizing Scholarly Research: Working with Non-academic Stakeholders, Teams, and CommunitiesOxford: Oxford University Press.

Pimbert, M. and Barry, B. (2022). L’Espace Citoyen d’Interpellation Démocratique sur les OGM au Mali: Que le peuple décide. [adapted from Pimbert, M.P and Barry, B., 2021. Let the people decide: citizen deliberation on the role of GMOs in Mali’s agriculture. Agriculture and Human Values 38, 1097–1122]

Pimbert, M. (2022), Avant propos, in Barbier, M., Lamine, C., Couix, N. (dir.) Pratiques et savoirs agricoles dans la transition agroécologique. Editions des archives contemporaines, Coll. «Etudes des sciences et Histoire des techniques», France, ISBN: 9782813003560, pp. 1-2.

2021 Agroecology Publications

Arora, Saurabh, and Barbara Van Dyck. “Refusal as Radical Care? Moving Beyond Modern Industrial Agriculture.” Development (2021): 1-7. 

Van Dyck, Barbara, and Nettie Wiebe. “The Reassurance of the Unknown: A Conversation with Nettie Wiebe.” Development (2021): 1-6. 

Sharma, Divya, and Barbara Van Dyck. (2021) “Thinking through the lens of the other: Translocal agroecology conversations.” In Agroecological transitions, between determinist and open-ended visions, pp. 267-288. Peter Lang AG.

Claeys, P. and J. Bourke Martignoni. (2021). Women Are Peasants Too: Gender Equality and the UN Declaration on the Rights of PeasantsCAWR Policy Briefs. Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience, United Kingdom.

Pimbert, M.P. (2021). Regenerating Kurdish Ecologies through Food Sovereignty, Agroecology and Economies of Care. In: Stephen Hunt (Ed). Ecological Solidarity in the Kurdish Freedom Movement. Thought, Practice, Challenges, and Opportunities. London: Lexington Books, pp. 115-132.

Pimbert, M.P., Anderson, C.R., Moeller, N., Singh, JAgroecology. (2021). Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology. [Link to pre-publication version: Agroecology OREA 2021]

Anderson, C.R., Delvaux, F., Ahmed, F., Dauby, V., Moeller, N. (2021). Making Money Move for Agroecology: Transforming Development Aid to Support Agroecology. CIDSE and the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience. Also see video/animation.

Pimbert, M.P., Barry, B.(2021). Let the people decide: citizen deliberation on the role of GMOs in Mali’s agricultureAgriculture and Human Values.

Canfield, M., Duncan, J., Claeys, P. (2021). Reconfiguring Food Systems Governance: the UNFSS and the Battle Over Authority and LegitimacyDevelopment.

Coulibaly, M., Claeys, P. and Berson, A. (2021). The Right to Seeds and Legal Mobilization for the Protection of Peasant Seed Systems in Mali. Journal of Human Rights Practice.

Van Dyck, B., Kenis, A. and Stirling, A. (2021). The genetically modified organism shall not be refused? Talking back to the technosciencesEnvironment and Planning E: Nature and Space

Tornaghi, C. and Dehaene, M. (2021). Resourcing an agroecological urbanism. Political, transformational and territorial dimensions, London: Routledge.

Anderson, C.R. and C. Maughan (2021). ‘The Innovation Imperative’: the struggle over agroecology in the international food policy arena. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems.

McAllister, G. & Chikukwa, Z. (2021). Conversations with Nature Spirits: The Political Ecology of Power and Progress in Rural Zimbabwe. In Wright, J (ed) Subtle Agroecologies: Farming with the Hidden Half of Nature. Routledge  (pre-print attached)

Talleh Nkobou, A., Ainslie, A. & Lemke, S. 2021. Broken promises: a rights-based analysis of marginalised livelihoods and experiences of food insecurity in large-scale land investments in TanzaniaFood Sec. 

Tornaghi, C. and Dehaene, M. (2021). Introduction. Embracing political agroecology, transforming sustainable food planning. In: Tornaghi, C., Dehaene, M. (eds.) (2021). Resourcing an agroecological urbanism: political, transformational and territorial dimensions. London. Routledge

Deh-Tor, C.M. (Chiara Tornaghi and Michiel Dehaene) (2021). Chapter 1 – Food as an urban question, and the foundations of a reproductive, agroecological urbanism. In: Tornaghi C. and Dehaene M. (eds.) (2021) Resourcing an agroecological urbanism: political, transformational and territorial dimensions. London. Routledge

Dehaene, M. and Tornaghi, C. (2021). Conclusions. The programmatic dimension on an agroecological urbanism. In: Tornaghi, C. and Dehaene, M. (eds.) (2021) Resourcing an agroecological urbanism: political, transformational and territorial dimensions. London. Routledge.

2020 Agroecology Publications 

Gadzirayi, C., McAllister, G., Madanzi, T., Chikukwa, T., Kozanayi, W., and Goss, M. (2020) Potential of agroecological systems for reducing vulnerabilities to disaster risks. In Building Resilience to Natural Disasters in Populated African Mountain Ecosystems: The Case of Tropical Cyclone Idai in Chimanimani, Manatsa, D., and Chatiza, (Eds), TSURO Trust, August 2020; ISBN 177925489-4

McAllister, G. (2020) Participatory Action Research: Challenges and Rewards in Fifteen Field Lessons. In Mac Ginty, R., Brett, R., Vogel, B. (Eds.) The Companion to Peace and Conflict Field Work. Palgrave-Macmillan Ltd.(pre-print attached)

Claeys, P. and Peschard, K. (2020). Transnational agrarian movements, food sovereignty, and legal mobilization. The Oxford Handbook of Law and Anthropology.

Duncan, J. and Claeys, P. (2020). Gender, Covid-19 and Food Systems: Impacts, Community responses and feminist policy demands. Report for the Women’s Working Group of the Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples’ Mechanism.

Errico, S. and Claeys, P. (2020). Human Rights and the Commons: Exploring Approaches to the Governance of Land and Natural Resources beyond Indigenous Peoples’ Rights. The Case of Peasants. International journal on minority and group rights 27 (1), 1-33.

Anderson, C.R., Bruil, J., Chappell, J., Kiss, C., Pimbert, M.P. (2020). Transformations for a More Just and Sustainable Food Systems. Palgrave-MacMillan.

Saurabh A., Van Dyck, B., Sharma, D. & A. Stirling (2020). Control, care, and conviviality in the politics of technology for sustainability, Sustainability. Science, Practice and Policy, 16:1, 247-262

Anderson, C.R. Milgroom, J. and M.P. Pimbert. (2020). Pivoting from Local Food to Just Food Systems. Farming Matters. 36.1. P. 43.

Moeller, N. and F. Delvaux. (2020). Finance for Agroecology: More Than Just a Dream? Common Dreams.

Tornaghi, C. and Dehaene, M. (2020). The prefigurative power of urban political agroecology: rethinking the urbanisms of agroecological transitions for food system transformation. Agroecology and sustainable food systems. 44(5), 594-610.

Gennari, C. and Tornaghi C. (2020). The transformative potential of community kitchens for an agroecological urbanism. Preliminary insights and a research agenda. In: Agroecological transitions confronting climate breakdown. Food planning for the post-carbon city. Book of Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the AESOP Sustainable food planning group. Madrid, November 2019. Editorial Universidad de Granada. pp. 80-90.

Anderson, C.R. and M. Anderson. (2020). Looking Forward: Resources to inspire a transformative agroecology: a curated guide. In: Herren, H.Haerlin, B. and IIASTD+ 10 Advisory Group. Transformation of our food systems; The making of a paradigm shift. Berlin. Zukunftsstiftung Landwirtschaft and Biovision.

Rivera-Ferre, M. Claeys, P. and J. Duncan (2020). The importance of Food Sovereignty for the Farm to Fork strategy and the New Green Deal. Insights and limits of the SAM and SAPEA reports. Academic Brief.

Maughan, C., Anderson, C., & Kneafsey, M. (2020). A Five-Point Framework for Reading for Social Justice: A Case Study of Food Policy Discourse in the Context of Brexit BritainJournal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development9(3), 1-20.

Chappell, M.J. (2020). COVID, food, and the Parable of the ShmooAgriculture and Human Values.

Anderson, C.R., Pimbert, M., Chappell, M.J., Brem-Wilson, J., Claeys, P., Kiss, C., Maughan, C., Milgroom, J., McAllister, G., Moeller, N., and Singh, J. (2020). Agroecology Now – Connecting the Dots to Enable AgroecologyAgroecology and Sustainable Food Systems. 43(6).

Anderson, C. R., Bruil, J., Chappell, M. J., Kiss, C., & Pimbert, M. P. (2020). Scaling Agroecology from the Bottom up: Six Domains of Transformation. Food First, CAWR, Cultivate Backgrounder.

2019 Agroecology Publications

McAllister, G. & Wright, J. (2019) Agroecology as a Practice-Based Tool for Peacebuilding in Fragile Environments? Three Stories from Rural ZimbabweSustainability 11(3).

Van Dyck, B.; Tornaghi, C., Halder, S., von der Haide, E., Saunders, E.(2019): The making of a strategizing platform: from politicising the food movement in urban contexts to political urban agroecology. In: Tornaghi C., Certomà, C., (eds) (2019) Urban Gardening as Politics. Routledge. Chapter 10.

Pimbert, M.P. and T. Uhnak, 2019. Agroecology and food sovereignty: charting a way to a radical transformation of the food system. In: Burrows, D. and A. Cezar (Eds). Politics of Food. Sternberg Press.

Anderson, C. R., Bruil, J., Chappell, M. J., Kiss, C., & Pimbert, M. P. (2019). From Transition to Domains of Transformation: Getting to Sustainable and Just Food Systems through AgroecologySustainability, 11(19). Open Access.

DOMAINS OF TRANSFORMATION FROM ARTICLE IN SUSTAINABILITY.

Pimbert, M.P. and G. Borrini-Feyerabend, 2019. Nourishing life— territories of life and food sovereignty,
Policy Brief of the ICCA Consortium no. 6., ICCA Consortium, Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience at Coventry University and CENESTA, Tehran.

Meek, D. and C.R. Anderson. (2019). Scale and the Politics of the Organic Transition in Sikkim, India. Journal of Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems.

Bruil, J. and P. Gubbels. 2019. Scaling Agroecology in the Sahel: Good Practice.

Claeys, P. and Edelman, E. (2019). Grassroots Voices. The United Nations Declaration on the rights of peasants and other people working in rural areas. Journal of Peasant Studies.

Anderson, C.R., Maughan, C. and Pimbert, M.P. (2019). Aprendizaje agroecológico transformador en Europa: Creación de conciencia, habilidades y capacidad colectiva para la soberanía alimentaria. Revista. 37, 54-55.

Chappell, J. (2019). Continuing on the Road to Ending Hunger. Food First Backgrounder.

Milgroom, J., Anderson, C.R., Chappell, M.J. (2019). A Guide to Mapping For Food System Change. The Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience and Cultivate! Coventry, UK.

Anderson, C. R., Bruil, J., Chappell, M. J., Kiss, C., & Pimbert, M. P. (2019). From Transition to Domains of Transformation: Getting to Sustainable and Just Food Systems through AgroecologySustainability, 11(19). Open Access.

Anderson, C. R., Binimelis, R., Pimbert, M. P., & Rivera-Ferre, M. G. (2019). Introduction to the symposium on critical adult education in food movements: learning for transformation in and beyond food movements—the why, where, how and the what next? Agriculture and Human Values, 36(3).

Bruil, J., Anderson, C.R., Bernhart, A. and M.P. Pimbert (2019). Strengthening FAO’s Commitment to Agroecology. Reclaiming Diversity and Citizenship Series. Coventry: Coventry University.

Anderson, C.R., Maughan, C. and M.P. Pimbert (2019). Transformative Agroecology Learning in Europe: Building Consciousness, Skills and Collective Capacity for Food Sovereignty. Journal of Agriculture and Human Values, Open Access.

Maughan, C., & Ferrando, T. (2019). Land as a Commons: examples from the UK and Italy. In J. L. Vivero, T. Ferrando, & O. De Schutter (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Food as a Commons Routledge.

Pimbert, M. (2019). Food Sovereignty. In P. Ferranti, E. Berry, & A. Jock (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Food Security and Sustainability (1 ed., Vol. 3, pp. 181-189). Elsevier.

Recanati, F., Maughan, C., Pedrotti, M., Dembska, K., & Antonelli, M. (2019) Assessing the role of CAP for more sustainable and healthier food systems in Europe: A literature reviewScience of the Total Environment, 653, 908-919.

2018 Agroecology Publications

Van Dyck, B., Vankeerberghen, A., Massart, E., Maughan, N., and Visser, M. (2018). Institutionalization of participatory food system research: encouraging reflexivity and collective relational learningAgroecología 13(1), 21-32.

Pimbert, M. P. (2018). Constructing Knowledge for Food Sovereignty, Agroecology and Biocultural DiversityFood sovereignty, agroecology and biocultural diversity: constructing and contesting knowledge. London: Routledge. In M. P. Pimbert (Ed.), Food sovereignty, agroecology and biocultural diversity. Constructing and contesting knowledge (pp. 1–56). London: Routledge.

Pimbert, M. P. (2018). Democratizing knowledge and ways of knowing for food sovereignty, agroecology and biocultural diversity. In M. P. Pimbert (Ed.), Food sovereignty, agroecology and biocultural diversity. Constructing and contesting knowledge (pp. 259–321). London: Routledge.

Anderson, C., Maughan, C. Bernhart, A., Friso, J., Thomas, K. (2018) Farm Hack. Agroecology Learning for Transformation – Pedagogies, Tools and Dynamics Series. European Agroecology Knowledge Exchange Network. Available at: www.eurovia.org.

Chappell, M. J. (2018) Beginning to end hunger: Food and the environment in Belo Horizonte, Brazil and beyond. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Chappell, M. J., Bernhart, A., Bachmann, L., Gonçalves, A. L., Seck, S., Nandul, P., & Cristo dos Santos, A. (2018) Agroecology as a pathway towards sustainable food systems. Aachen: MISEREOR.

Claeys, P. (2018) The rise of new rights for peasants. From reliance on NGO intermediaries to direct representationTransnational Legal Theory, 1-14

Claeys, P. & Duncan, J. (2018) Do we need to categorize it? Reflections on constituencies and quotas as tools for negotiating difference in the global food sovereignty convergence space. The Journal of Peasant Studies, 1-22.

Duncan, J., & Claeys, P. (2018) Politicizing food security governance through participation: opportunities and opposition. Food Security, 10(6), 1411-1424.

Finley, L., Chappell, M. J., Moore, J. R., & Thiers, P. (2018) Does organic farming present greater opportunities for employment and community development than conventional farming? A survey-based investigation in California and WashingtonAgroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 42(5), 552-572.

Halpert, M.-T., & Chappell, M. J. (2017) Prima facie reasons to question enclosed intellectual property regimes and favor open-source regimes for germplasm [version 1; referees: 3 approved, 1 approved with reservations]F1000Research, 6(284).

Joshi, D., Platteeuw, J., Singh, J., & Teoh, J. (2018) Watered down? Civil society organizations and hydropower development in the Darjeeling and Sikkim regions, Eastern Himalaya: A comparative studyClimate Policy, 1-15.

Levkoe, C. Z., Brem-Wilson, J. & Anderson, C. R. (2018) People, power, change: three pillars of a food sovereignty research praxisThe Journal of Peasant Studies, 1-24. Open Access.

Maughan, C. (2018) ‘Food from Nowhere’: Food, Fuel and the Fantastical. Open Library of Humanities4(1).

Maughan, C., Anderson, C., Bernhart, A., Friso, J., Thomas, K. (2018) Learning as a Social Movement Strategy. Agroecology Learning for Transformation – Pedagogies, Tools and Dynamics Series. European Agroecology Knowledge Exchange Network. Available at: www.eurovia.org.

Pimbert, M. (2018) Global Status of Agroecology: A Perspective on Current Practices, Potential and ChallengesReview of Environment and Development, 53(41), 32-57

Maughan, C., Pedersen, R. L., & Pitt, H. (2018). The problems, promise and pragmatism of community food growingRenewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 1-5.

Pimbert, M.P. (2018) Food Sovereignty and the regeneration of terraced landscapesAnnales. Series Historia and Sociologia, 28(4):779-794.Pimbert, M.P. (2018) Democratising food and agricultural research. In: Food Ethics Council. ‘For whom? Questioning the food and farming research agenda’.

Pimbert, M. and Anderson, C.R. (2018) The battle for the future of farming: what you need to know. The Conversation. Nov. 21, 2018.

Pimbert, M.P., & Lemke, S. (2018) Using agroecology to enhance dietary diversity. UNSCN-News: Advancing equity, equality and non-discrimination in food systems: Pathways to reform2018(45): 33-43.

Pimbert, M.P.; Moeller, N.I. (2018) Absent Agroecology Aid: On UK Agricultural Development Assistance Since 2010. Sustainability, 10, 505.

Wittman, H., Chappell, M. J., Abson, D. J., Bezner Kerr, R., Blesh, J., Hanspach, J., Perfecto, I., and Fischer, J. (2017) A social–ecological perspective on harmonizing food security and biodiversity conservation.Regional Environmental Change, 17(5), 1291-1301.

2017 Agroecology Publications

Tornaghi, C.(2017). Urban Agriculture in the food-disabling city: (Re) defining urban food justice, reimagining a politics of empowerment.Antipode. 49 (3), 781–801.

Tornaghi, C. and Hoekstra, F. (2017). Editorial to a special issue on Urban Agroecology. Urban Agriculture Magazine. RUAF. No. 33, pp. 3-4.

Deh-Tor, C.M. (2017). From Agriculture in the City to an Agroecological Urbanism: The transformative pathway of urban (political) agroecology.Urban Agriculture Magazine. RUAF. No. 33, pp. 8-10.

Anderson, C. and Butterly, D. (2017) Policy From Below for Food Sovereignty and Agroecology: The People’s Food Policy Process in England. 

Anderson, C., Maughan, C. Vizy, M., and R. Dunn, Pimbert, M.  (2017) Agroecology Learning and Training for Solidarity.

Butterly, D., Fitzpatrick, I., Rodker, O, Laughton, R., Anderson, C.R., Chow, H., Simpson, L. and A. Goldring (2017) A People’s Food Policy. https://www.peoplesfoodpolicy.org.

Chappell, M. J. & Schneider, M. L. (2017) The Routledge Handbook of Food Ethics. Rawlinson, M. C. & Ward, C. (eds.). New York, NY: Routledge, p. 419-429 11 p. (Routledge Handbooks in Applied Ethics)

Laforge, J. M. L., Anderson, C. R., & McLachlan, S. M. (2017) Governments, grassroots, and the struggle for local food systems: containing, coopting, contesting and collaborating. Agriculture and Human Values.  Download Pre-print Version Here

Maughan, C., Anderson, C. and M. Pimbert. (2017) Transformative Agroecology Learning in Europe: Building Consciousness, Skills and Collective Capacity for Food Sovereignty.

Pimbert, M. (2017) Towards a transformative urban agroecology. Urban Agriculture Magazine. p. 15-17 3 p.

Pimbert, M. (2017) Agroecology as an Alternative Vision to Conventional Development and Climate Smart Agriculture. Development. 58, (2-3):. 286-298.

Vaarst, M., Getz Escudero, A., Chappell, M. J., Brinkley, C., Nijbroek, R., Arraes, N. A. M., Andreasen, L., Gattinger, A., Fonseca de Almeida, G., Bossio, D. & Halberg, N.  (2017). Exploring the concept of agroecological food systems in a city-region contextAgroecology and Sustainable Food Systems. 42, 6, p. 686-711 26 p.

Anderson, C.R., Silivay. J. and K. Lobe. (2017) Community organisations for food systems change:
reflecting on food movement dynamics in Manitoba. In: People’s Knowledge Editorial Collective (Eds). (2017). Everyday Experts: How people’s knowledge can transform the food system. Reclaiming Diversity and Citizenship Series. Coventry: Coventry University. Available at: www.coventry.ac.uk/everyday-experts

2016 Agroecology Publications

Wakeford, T., Anderson, C.R., Pimbert, M.P. and R. Charanya. (2016) Perspectives: Strengthening people’s knowledge. Farming Matters.

Anderson, C. R., & McLachlan, S. M. (2016) Transformative research as knowledge mobilization: Transmedia, bridges, and layersAction Research, 14(3), 295-317.

2015 Agroecology Publications

Anderson, C. R., Pimbert, M. and C. Kiss (2015) Building, Defending and Strengthening Agroecology: Global Struggles for Food Sovereignty. Farming Matters. Related video available hereTranslationsFrançais and Español

2014 Agroecology Publications

Levidow, L. , Pimbert, M. and Vanloqueren, G. (2014) Agroecological research: conforming – or transforming the dominant agro-food regime? Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, volume 38 (10): 1127-1155 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21683565.2014.951459 

Anderson, C. R., McLachlan, S. M., McDonald, W., & Gardiner, J. (2014) Navigating the fault lines in civic food networksJournal of Agriculture, Food Systems and Community Development, 4(3), 79–99.

Anderson, C. R., Brushett, L., Gray, T. W., & Renting, H. (2014) Working together to build cooperative food systems. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems and Community Development, 4(3), 3-9.