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Jerry Harris

. show us how the struggle for food sovereignty by indigenous people using agroecology is one of the most dynamic and important counter hegemonic global movements. This article, alongside the article by López, demonstrates that indigenous struggles to defend the environment, land, and food sovereignty


Kylyan M. Bisquert and Pablo Á. Meira

construction of diet or recognizing and promoting alternative agri-food systems that are more consistent with the aims and principles of our field. Agroecology: Transdisciplinary Field and Social Movement Agroecology as a research field, is complementary to Environmental Education in this work, is based on the

Hava E. Vidergor

. ( 2013 ). Phenomenon-based learning in agroecology: A prerequisite for transdisciplinarity and responsible action . Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems , 37 ( 1 ), 60 – 75 . Ilomäki , L. , Lakkala , M. , Toom , A. , & Muukkonen , H. ( 2017 ). Teacher learning within a multinational

Arnon Tabic, Ruthann Yonah and Moshe Coll

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Marat R. Khabibullov

changes of theoretical perceptions. For me, especially interesting is the emphasis on the role of agroecology, biotechnology and biosphere reserves in a strategy for sustaining diverse rural com- munities. The role of biological diversity in sustainable development of the biosphere is apparent and well

Yael Laor, Ibrahim Saadi, Michael Raviv, Shlomit Medina, Dalia Erez-Reifen and Hanan Eizenbergc

:// Ministry of Environmental Protection—Division of Agroecology. 2008. Collected reports for the olive oil season of 2008. In Hebrew. Ministry of Interior, 2005. Hydrological sensitivity maps. Montemurro, F., Convertini, G., Ferri, D

The Engagement of Community Stakeholders in School Science Education

Tensions and Transformations in a Project Based on Agroecology


Arnau Amat

out by my adviser, Mariona Espinet, and by my colleagues from GRESC @ research group at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Our studies focused where science education, ESD and agroecology meet. Moreover, we explored different research methodologies, always in the interpretative and qualitative


Sonja Novković

inequalities and rents on capital in a relatively short time, but it also resulted in some important positive achievements. Government continued its provision of health services, education, and food security. New agro-ecology methods of food production and urban agriculture gained international recognition

Pratik Raghu

-landless working poor,” sustainable agricultural intensification through agroecology, “wildlife-friendly farming,” and “challenging base inequalities in power that include sexism, patriarchy, racism, and class.” Wittman additionally clarifies that “food sovereignty actions and movements are vibrant, geographically

Catherine Dempsey and Christine Griffin

Nematology , 2003, Vol. 5(1), 49-53 The infectivity and behaviour of exsheathed and ensheathed Heterorhabditis megidis infective juveniles Catherine M. D EMPSE Y ¤ and Christine T. G RIFFIN Institute of Bioengineering and Agroecology, and Department of Biology, National University of Ireland