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The next issue of Les dossiers d’Agropolis International is out!: 'Agroecological transformation for sustainable food systems/Special France-CGIAR partnership'

The next issue of Les dossiers d’Agropolis International is out!: 'Agroecological transformation for sustainable food systems/Special France-CGIAR partnership' The French Commission for International Agricultural Research (CRAI) and Agropolis International, on behalf of CIRAD, INRAE and IRD and in partnership with CGIAR, has produced this new issue in the ‘Les dossiers d’Agropolis international’ series devoted to agroecology. This document is published with the contribution and support of the French Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs, the French Ministry of Agriculture and Food, the Occitanie Region, the French Research Organizations (CIRAD, INRAE and IRD) and CGIAR. This publication has been produced within the framework of the Action Plan signed by CGIAR and the French government on February 4th 2021.

The urgency of agroecological transformation of agrifood systems linked to SDGs will be one of the game changers discussed at the UN World Food Systems Summit this year. A variety of agroecological transition pathways and also a diversity in terms of means for public action are ahead of us. Lessons are also to be learned from past trajectories in the Global North and other parts of the world.

These issues have led some 500 French and CGIAR agroecology scientists and experts from around 100 national and international universities and research organizations from France and abroad and from all CGIAR Centers to work together in compiling this Dossier. The authors showcase their expertise at the disposal of policymakers, extension services, NGOs and farmers’ associations committed to promoting the agroecological transition. They present new ways of conducting research based on systemic and transdisciplinary approaches, implementing inclusive participatory methods, the solution-based theory of change, fostering partnerships with national agricultural research systems, while enhancing orchestration of research efforts to converge towards sustainable food systems!

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Published on: 2021-09-10 12:05:05

 

 

 

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Published on: 2021-09-10 12:05:05


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