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The University of Vermont: “UVM’s new Institute for Agroecology aims to ‘Revolutionize Research Enterprise”


Here you can see and interesting article about the creation of the university-wide Institute for Agroecology (IFA) “a new institute based in the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Office of Engagement — seeking to serve the entire UVM community, as well as engage the wider public”. “Growing more organics is key to climate response”

“Food and farming in the UK faces its biggest transformation in 70 years. The escalating climate crisis and catastrophic declines in wildlife mean we need major shifts in what and how we produce food in order to restore nature and decarbonise the sector”. Here you are an interesting article about agroecology and organic food published in

Krishijagran: “What is Ecological Farming? Meaning, Principle and More!

“Modern innovation and research are combined with a concern for the environment and biodiversity in ecological farming. Read this article to know the meaning, principles, and benefits of ecological farming” Here you are an interesting post about ecological farming published in krishijagran by Sonali Behera.

Resilience: “Agroecology – A promising alternative to the biodiversity crisis in agriculture and industrial food systems”

Agroecology builds biodiversity into agriculture and food systems and should be a focus of global biodiversity conservation efforts as if lives and nature depend on it – because they do“. Here you can read an interesting article about agroecology published in

Cordis: “A pan-European network to boost agroecology”

“Agroecology projects are taking root across Europe. The EU-funded AE4EU project aims to spread best practices through improved networking and infrastructure”. Here you are an interesting article about the AE4EU proyect.

The Ecologist: “Agroecology can be our new food system”


Low productivity is a common argument used against agroecology – but growing evidence in research proves its potential to increase yields – without any chemical inputs”. Here you can read an interesting article about agroecology published in

Brusselstimes:”Farmers and gardeners hail agroecology as the future of agriculture”

“What will the agriculture of tomorrow look like? Some believe that it will take the form of what is known as agroecology, an agricultural practice that focuses on the soil” Here you can read an interesting article about the importance of agroecology published by

Bristol 247: How could agroecology contribute to the fight against climate change?

“Two activists from Nicaragua recently visited Bristol, visiting small farms and holding exchanges on agro-ecology”. Here you can read an interesting article about the importance of agroecology to fight against climate change. Published in Bristol 247.