Analysis of Funding Flows to Agroecology: The case of European Union monetary flows to the United Nations’ Rome-based agencies and the case of the Green Climate Fund

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Abstract

Converging socio-ecological crises amplified by a global pandemic, have made the need for a radical break with current food production systems difficult to ignore. Industrial agriculture is implicated in and exacerbates all of these crises. Of the different proposals that exist to build a sustainable food system, agroecology has taken a prominent role as a radically transformative pathway that would deliver not only ecological, but also social, economic and cultural benefits. However, despite this increasing recognition and a plethora of international reports, there are indications that actual, financial support for an agroecological transition remains meagre. This report adds to the evidence by analysing funding made available by the European Union in partnership with the United Nations’ Rome-based agencies as well as funding channelled via the Green Climate Fund.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCooperation Internationale pour le Développement et la Solidarité / Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience
Commissioning bodyCooperation Internationale pour le Développement et la Solidarité
Number of pages52
Publication statusPublished - 28 Sep 2020

Bibliographical note

See also:

'Funding agroecology: huge potential remains untapped':

https://subsistencematters.net/report/funding-agroecology-huge-potential-remains-untapped/

Keywords

  • Agroecology funding
  • Rome-based agencies
  • ODA
  • EU
  • GCF
  • FAO

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    Moeller, N. I. (2020). Analysis of Funding Flows to Agroecology: The case of European Union monetary flows to the United Nations’ Rome-based agencies and the case of the Green Climate Fund. Cooperation Internationale pour le Développement et la Solidarité / Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience.