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Stakeholders in SRI innovation systems

In the small North East Indian state of Tripura, System of Rice Intensification (SRI) has grown to develop into an innovation system where various stakeholders have come together to make...

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Institutions come together in promoting organic farming

Mainstream agriculture institutions through collaborative initiatives are playing a role in promoting organic agriculture. Krishi Vigyan Kendra in Karur with its multi institutional approach helped farmers in Karur district to...

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How to amplify agroecology

 “Agroecology is a process. You cannot expect a process to be perfect immediately. But once you make a step, you are moving.” With these words, Ugandan farmer Jowelia Mukiibi captured...

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Building knowledge on agroecology – Impact of systematic documentation

Systematic documentation plays a key role in enhancing practical knowledge sharing on agroecology influencing practice, practice based policy, evidence based debate and new development partnerships. The case of GEAG illustrates...

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A N Anjaneya – Spread of an agroecological practice

Shri A N Anjaneya is a young farmer in Kumbaluru village of Harihara Taluk of Davanagere district in Karnataka. He shifted to organic ways of cultivation about 15 years back,...

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Creating a Sustainable Food Future – Indicators of sustainable agriculture: a scoping analysis

Quantifiable indicators of the environmental sustainability of agriculture—by which we mean minimizing the environmental impacts of agriculture—are an important tool for helping move the world toward a sustainable food future....

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Agroecology – Conserving biodiversity, nurturing ecology

Agroecology approach is a way to make farming sustainable. It is also a way to resist the corporate agriculture model pushed through the green revolution and gene revolution. Besides technologies,...

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“Impact studies are crucial for the amplification of agroecology”

Clara Nicholls is the president of the Latin American Scientific Society of Agroecology (SOCLA). For over three decades, she has worked in Latin America engaged in agroecology teaching and research,...

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