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Tag Archives: agroecology
Below is a guest post from my colleague Thomas Hahn, an institutional economist and Assoc. Professor at the Stockholm Resilience Centre. On March 8, 2011, the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food , Olivier De Schutter, delivered his … Continue reading
Below are two reflections on recent agro-ecological research. The first is from The World’s Fair and the second the Agricultural Biodiversity Weblog. Benjamin Cohen on The World’s Fair presents a discussion A Scientific Response to Agro-environmental Crises about Agroecology in … Continue reading