UNITED NATIONS, Jul 06 (IPS) – The world is facing rising hunger and food insecurity, biodiversity loss and the impacts of a changing climate. Experts are increasingly looking to agroecology for sustainable food production.
In three weeks, the United Nations will bring together farmers, scientists, policymakers and civil society for the last major event ahead of the September UN Food Systems Summit.Read the full story, “Agroecology as the Centrepiece of Sustainable Food Systems”, on globalissues.org →

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