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The Agroecological Transitions group (AET)

The group works with agroecology as an overarching framework, understood as “an alternative paradigm for agriculture and food systems that is simultaneously: (a) the application of ecological principles to food and farming systems that emerge from specific socioecological and cultural contexts in place-based territories; and (b) a social and political process that centers the knowledge and agency of Indigenous peoples and peasants in determining agri-food system policy and practice.” (external pagePimbert et al., 2021).

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