VOL. 8, NO. 4, PGS. 17–28


Agroecology and the Conversion of the Industrial Agricultural Model
Creating Spaces of Hope on a Planet in Polycrisis
Clara I. Nicholls

Clara I. Nicholls is a Lecturer of Rural Development for Latin America at the University of California at Berkeley and co-director of the Latin American Center for Agroecological Research (CELIA).

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In recent decades, agricultural intensification has had a strong impact on ecosystems. Agriculture, which occupies 40% of the land, is undoubtedly a transformative force in the biosphere, responsible for many environmental threats, including climate change, pesticide pollution, depletion of groundwater tables, eutrophication of lakes and seas, soil erosion, etc. In [...]

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