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Ramona Duminicioiu – “Food sovereignty is about peasant rights”

“Food sovereignty is about peasant rights” Interview: Tomáš Uhnák Ramona Dominicioiu is a member of Eco Ruralis, a peasant association in Romania. In this interview, Ramona explains why the food sovereignty...

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Clara Nicholls -“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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Mariam Mayet – “Traditional crops..the basis of our food and farming systems”

Traditional crops … the basis of our food and farming systems Mariam Mayet is the director of the African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB). In a recent report, ACB turns their...

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Victor M. Toledo – “Agroecology is an epistemological revolution”

“Agroecology is an epistemological revolution” Interview: Diana Quiroz Victor M. Toledo is a Mexican ethnoecologist and social activist at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. His work focuses primarily on...

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Elizabeth Peredo – “Water is the engine of change”

“Water is the engine of change” Interview: Henkjan Laats All her working life, Elizabeth Peredo has been engaged in defending human and environmental rights. For ten years until August 2015 she...

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Irene Cardoso – “Healthy soils give family farmers autonomy, resilience and long-term productivity”

“Healthy soils give family farmers autonomy, resilience and long-term productivity” “If you have a healthy, living soil, you have healthy plants and healthy people. These three things are closely linked.”...

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Listening and trust – the basis for working with forest and farm producers

“Working together is a motivating and powerful approach to getting things done” says Jeff Campbell, manager of the Forest and Farm Facility. “This holds true for my own approach to...

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“Link biodiversity with the pleasures of food”

“When you look at the map of global agrobiodiversity hotspots you realise that they are identical with indigenous people’s habitats. These 370 million people in the world have been agrobiodiversity...

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