The potential of agroecology to build climate-resilient livelihoods and food systems
This study highlights the links between agroecology and climate change, by providing evidence on the technical (i.e. ecological and socio-economic) and policy potential of agroecology to build resilient food systems. It shows that overcoming silo-thinking, embracing complexity and investing in agroecological, integrated research and access to knowledge through functioning extension services are much needed.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
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