Report on the Multi-Stakeholder Consultation on Agroecology in Asia and the Pacific | Land Portal

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Maio 2016
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Seeking to gain a better understanding of the role that agroecology can play in eradicating hunger and malnutrition, FAO organized the Multistakeholder Consultation on agroecology for Asia and the Pacific, held in Bangkok, Thailand on 24-26 November 2015. FAO acted as a facilitator to enable debates and foster collaboration among a variety of actors in order to advance science, knowledge, public policies, programmes and experiences on agroecology, supporting the strengthening of the already-extensive evidence-based knowledge for agroecological approaches in agriculture. The participants in this meeting, representatives of governments, civil society, including peasants, fisherfolks, pastoralists, urban communities, indigenous peoples, women’s organizations, youth and others, academia, and private sector, debated agroecological approaches in the region and challenges linked to food systems, climate change, natural resources, social innovation and public policies needed. They issued recommendations for the development of agroecology in Asia and the Pacific after two days of discussion.

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