New compendium released “The Politics of Knowledge: Understanding the Evidence for Agroecology, Regenerative Approaches, and Indigenous Foodways”

New compendium released “The Politics of Knowledge: Understanding the Evidence for Agroecology, Regenerative Approaches, and Indigenous Foodways”

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On Wednesday 6 December The Global Alliance for the Future of Food Food released ‘The Politics of Knowledge: Understanding the Evidence for Agroecology, Regenerative Approaches, and Indigenous Foodways’.

In this new compendium, Agroecology Europe joins a diverse group of 17 accomplished contributing teams to shed light on the robust and diverse body of evidence that speaks to the ability of agroecology, regenerative approaches and indigenous foodways to transform food systems towards greater sustainability, security, and equity.

Discover powerful and compelling evidence that food systems transformation is possible -and already happening!

Alongside recommendations for action, authors focus on unpacking five dominant questions:

  1. Can these approaches feed the world?
  2. Can these approaches be scaled?
  3. Can these approaches provide meaningful livelihoods?
  4. Can these approaches solve the climate, biodiversity, and soils crises?
  5. Can these approaches accelerate transformation?

Translated versions of The Politics of Knowledge‘s key messages are also available in: French and Spanish.

Visit this multimedia interactive for a summary of the report, featuring case studies, stories, video, and audio from around the world.