Given its potential for reducing carbon emissions, enhancing soil fertility and improving climate resilience, Organic Agriculture should form the basis of comprehensive policy tools for addressing the future of global nutrition.
IFOAM advocates for the inclusion of Organic Agriculture in national governments’ policies on addressing not only climate change, but also hunger and poverty.
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IFOAM and SOCLA, the Latin American Scientific Society on Agroecology publish and report agroecological family farming experiences in Latin America. It highlights a recent study in the Peruvian Andes that documented the differences between ecological and conventional smallholders. Find out more.
Farming in times of climate change: FiBl's scientists devise ways to make land uses water-efficient and nutrient-efficient to enhance productivity and thus food security in arid zones. Read more.