This new open access book develops a framework for advancing agroecology in transformations towards more just and sustainable food systems focusing on power, politics and governance. It explores the potential of agroecology as a sustainable and socially just alternative to today’s dominant food regime.
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- food security
- food sovreignty
- sustainable food
- sustainability transitions
- agroecology transitions
- Ecology of Food Systems
- Political Ecology
- Land Reform
- Farmer Organisations
- sustainable developement goals
- STG 2