The global status of agroecology

Michel Pimbert (Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience) pulls no punches in this overview of agroecology as he traces its origins, its current popularity at governmental and intergovernmental levels, and its potential for truly transforming our ways of living.

Originally published in Economic & Political Weekly Vol. 53, Issue No. 41, 13 Oct, 2018, it is reproduced here with permission of the author and of the publisher.

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