Farming Matters | 32.3 | September 2016
This issue of Farming Matters explores innovative ways to demonstrate that agroecology provides critical solutions to the challenges of our time.
Agroecology is gaining recognition for its potential to address climate change, biodiversity loss and malnutrition, and many successful examples exist.
The experiences, opinions, and perspectives featured in this issue show how farmers, researchers, policy makers and consumers are using new lenses to track change.
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