The project Farming for the future: ecological agriculture and food security in the 21st century is a cross-border initiative aiming to document the trends, challenges and opportunities in ecological farming across the world. This project was financed by the UK Chevening Scholarship Programme.

A AGROECOLOGIA NO PARANÁ

By Márcio Miranda

Brazil

HOW THE CLIMATE CRISIS IS CHANGING RURAL AREAS

By Nataliya Vasylyeva

Ukraine

THE AGRICULTURE OF THE FUTURE

By Adolfo Dalla Pria

Brazil

CAN AGROECOLOGY BE DEPOLICITISED?

By María Luz Casal

Argentina

PERMACULTURE IN CUBA

By Ysabel Muñoz Martínez

Cuba

FLOWER FIELD GUARDIAN PROJECT

By Nannan Xie and Yao Wang

China

COMING SOON

CALL TO ACTION USING STORYTELLING

By Eduardo Carvalho

Brazil

WHAT IS REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE?

By Luciano Asinelli Silva

Brazil

SUGGESTED LITERATURE

Critical perspectives on food systems
United Nations (Human Rights Council, 2020)

Options for keeping the food system within environmental limits
By Springmann, M., Clark, M., Mason-D’Croz, D. et al. (Nature, October 2018)

Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food
United Nations (Human Rights Council, January 2017)

Toward Pesticidovigilance
By Alice M. Milner & Ian L. Boyd (Science, September 2017)

Organic agriculture in the twenty-first century
By John P. Reganold & Jonathan M. Wachter (Nature Plants, February 2016)

Executive editor | Henri Kugler (Norway)

Coordinator | Sorina Buzatu (Romania)

Authors | Bernardo Câmara (Brazil), Jéssica Maes (Brazil), Antonio Ioris (UK), Marcio Miranda (Brazil), Nataliya Vasylyeva (Ukraine), María Luz Casal (Argentina), Huan Ni (China), Adolfo Dalla Pria (Brazil), Ysabel Muñoz Martínez (Cuba), Eduardo Carvalho (Brazil), Luciano Asinelli Silva (Brazil)

Photographers | Bernardo Camara (Brazil), Jéssica Maes (Brazil), Henri Kugler (Norway)