VOL. 7, NO. 6, PGS. 20–28


Agroecology and Climate Change
The Limits of Socioecological Resilience
Miguel A. Altieri

Miguel A. Altieri is Emeritus Professor of Agroecology at the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management of the University of California, Berkeley.

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Earlier than predicted by the scientific community, the world is already facing a series of mega-threats (droughts, hurricanes, floods, forest fires, pandemics and war conflicts, and even a possible third world war) that synchronously threaten the global economy, peace, and the ecological integrity of the planet.


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