Agroecology is considered jointly as a science, a practice and a social movement . It encompasses the whole food system from the soil to the organization of human societies. It is value-laden and based on core principles.

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The Association intends to place agroecology high on the European agenda of sustainable development of farming and food systems. It intends to foster interactions between actors in science, practice and social movements, by facilitating knowledge sharing and action.

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The Association has a non-profit and international goal. The society aims to analyse, design, develop and promote the transition towards agroecology-based farming and food systems. The overall goal of the Association is to: support agroecological research, education and training.

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    Scoop it – Agroecology

    Compilation of recent international news and press releases in Agroecology (in English and French).

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    Agroecology Publications

    Some recent publications in Agroecology.

    • Benkeblia, N. (Ed.) 2015. Agroecology, Ecosystems and Sustainability. Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, Forida, USA, 393 p.
    • Dumont, A.M., Vanloqueren, G., Stassart, P.M., Bareta, P.V. 2016. Clarifying the socioeconomic dimensions of agroecology: between principles and practices Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 40 (1): 24-47.
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    GIRAF or Groupe Interdisciplinaire belge de Recherche en Agroécologie du FNRS (Belgian Interdisciplinary Agroecology Research Group of the FNRS) is an FNRS contact group composed of scientists with various backgrounds.  This group has set itself the task of fueling and sharing thinking about agroecology on the basis of interactions among different scientific disciplines and actors.
    This group’s members draft joint position papers and set up scientific meeting places (Belgian Agroecology Meetings) to discuss agroecology.  Some activities (certificate, summer school, various networks, and conferences) arise within GIRAF but are conducted by individual members or institutions. Not only is science the cement and defining element of this interdisciplinary contact group.  GIRAF is also mobilized by the challenge of cutting across disciplinary lines.  GIRAF’s members are thus federated by their vision of a strong and committed version of agroecology.  They want to contribute to thinking about and for agroecology in society as a whole.

    More information : http://www.agroecology.be/

Agroecological Network of Greece initiated

Agroecology-BDThe Agroecological Network of Greece (Agroecology Greece) started in early 2017 through the networking of agronomists, mainly researchers and trainers. It is an initiative for the promotion of agroecology as a science, practice and movement, in Greek.

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Séminaire “Teaching agroecology: methods and outstanding initiatives”

26 avril après-midi et 27 avril matin à l’ENSFEA (Toulouse)
paysage-champbléCe séminaire international est une des activités de la International Summer School on Agroecology (ISSAE), un projet de Partenariat Stratégique du programme Erasmus + (http://issae.univ-tlse3.fr).

L’ISSAE explore et dissémine les stratégies pédagogiques pluridisciplinaires qui favorisent l’autonomie, le développement de l’esprit critique et la créativité. More