Edited By: Lori Ann Thrupp
136 pages, Figs, tabs
More and more farmers, non-governmental organisations, scientists, and governmental institutions are engaging in joint efforts to replace chemical-intensive farming methods with alternative agro-ecological approaches. Ten case studies in this report focus on how these groups are working to create sustainable and profitable agricultural practices.
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