The 13 Principles of Agroecology

Transforming Extension and Advisory Services to Promote Agroecology
Rasheed Sulaiman V, CoSAI Commissioner and Co-Chair of Working Group 3: Pathways for Innovation in Sustainable Agriculture Intensification; Director, Centre for Research on Innovation and Science Policy (CRISP), India, and a member of the GFRAS Board has written a Blog Post for the Commission on Sustainable Agriculture Intensification (CoSAI), on the importance of Agroecology in RAS.

His text, initially made available on CoSAI’s website, is also reproduced here:

As the need for new approaches to sustainable agriculture increases, agroecological approaches have gained prominence in scientific, agricultural and political discourse. Agroecology is fundamentally different from other approaches to sustainable development in that it focuses on localized and bottom-up solutions, ensuring that farmers, their communities and their local knowledge are fully integrated in improving agricultural sustainability. This adaptable and flexible approach suggests ways to not only promote efficient and resilient agricultural systems, but to ensure food security and healthy diets, and support the conservation and restoration of biodiversity – thereby fulfilling the three pillars for integrated land use and food systems. Full articel please Kindly Read on

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