Sowing Seeds of Change and Hope: Farmers Confronting the Food and Climate Crises

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2012 | 150 pages

The food producers of Asia Pacific are now reclaiming agroecological farming systems and methodologies through their own farmers’ organizations and other support institutions. These local alternatives from the people are rooted on local context and situation, and are mindful of sustainable management of communities’ resources. This book is a compilation of their stories and practices of sustainable farming systems from four countries of the region. From these stories, it is expected that other food producers will draw strength and inspiration to counter corporate agenda and support struggles for a people-centered economy.

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Contents
Introduction
Battling the Twin Crises of the 21st Century
Summary Report of the Country Researches
Country Researches
Battling the Twin Crises of the 21st Century in the Asia-Pacific: The Case of Bangladesh (Coastal Development Partnership)
Small Farmer Agriculture Response to Climate Change and Food Crises in China (China Association for NGO Cooperation)
Small Holder Farmer Practices in Tompobulu, Indonesia International (NGO Forum for Indonesian Development)
Adaptation Practices of Smallholder Food Producers to Impacts of Climate Change: The Case of Philippines (IBON Foundation)
About the contributors

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Weight 1 kg

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