Transformative Agroecology-Based Alternatives for a Sustainable and Biodiverse Future

Globally food systems are at a crossroads and new directions are needed. At the first UN Food Systems Summit, Secretary General Guterres stipulated that a transformation of food systems is necessary so that they support the health and well-being of all people and at the same time protect our planet. Nearly 300 commitments from civil society, farmers, youth and indigenous peoples and member states highlights Summit’s inclusive process to accelerate action (UN Food Systems Summit, 2021).


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Authors

Prabhu R,Dhyani S K, Nayak D, Rizvi J

Publication year

2022

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