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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    La Via Campesina in Action for Climate Justice

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    La Via Campesina is an international social movement of peasants, small and medium-size farmers, landless people, rural women and youth, Indigenous People, migrants and agricultural workers. It defends peasant agriculture for food sovereignty and promotes social justice and dignity.

    The movement strongly opposes corporate driven agriculture that destroys social relations and nature.

    La Via Campesina in Action for Climate Justice By La Via Campesina

     

    Edited by the Heinrich Böll Foundation

    Read the publication: http://agroecology-europe.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/La-Via-Campesina-in-Action-for-Climate-Justice_volume_44_6_1.pdf

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    TOWARDS A COMMON FOOD POLICY FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION

    THE POLICY REFORM AND REALIGNMENT THAT IS REQUIRED TO BUILD SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS IN EUROPE REPORT

    Lead author: Olivier De Schutter
    Research and editorial leads: Nick Jacobs, Chantal Clément, Francesco Ajena

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    This report would not have been possible without the sustained efforts of the IPES-Food team…

    Read the report: http://agroecology-europe.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/CFP_FullReport.pdf

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    “The climate urgency: setting sail for a new paradigm”

    Written by CIDSE
    CIDSE affirms that this transformation can only be achieved through a paradigm shift. We need a different system as a whole.

    This requires new narratives, a different cultural approach – putting sufficiency at its heart – and transforming our political and economic systems. CIDSE’s arguments and vision for a new paradigm are based on values such as integral ecology, justice, and good governance, as also defined by Catholic Social Teaching and in the Papal Encyclical Laudato Si’. Equity, Common But Differentiated Responsibilities, as well as communities’ involvement and participation in decision-making processes are some of the principles that must lie at the heart of the change needed.

    Contacts:
    Giulia Bondi, Climate Justice and Energy Officer (bondi(at)cidse.org)
    François Delvaux, Climate & Agriculture and Food Sovereignty Officer (delvaux(at)cidse.org)

     

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Masterclass : pionnier de l’agriculture régénératrice et de l’agroécologie

La Ferme de Coume Sourde organise du 5 au 7 mai une Masterclass avec JOEL SALATIN, pionnier de l’agriculture régénératrice et de l’agroécologie, à Rennes-le-Château (11).

Présenté par Time Magazine comme l’un des agriculteurs les plus innovants au monde, Joel Salatin prouve que la gestion holistique et l’agriculture régénératrice sont le meilleur moyen de construire une entreprise agricole viable et vivable.

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