With Professor Dr. Fernando Silveira Franco, we discuss the development of agroecology in Brazil: the rise from the land, the spread across universities, the integration in national policies.
The high unemployment and the pandemic have led many Brazilians to a condition of food vulnerability. To tackle the hunger crisis, agroecological farmers like Ana Bovoy in São Paulo created a net of food distribution initiatives all over the country.
Two Bolivian college students tell us their experience in the agroecological farm of Santa Cruz de la Sierra supported by GreenMarked. Can agroecology help Bolivia achieve food security and reforest burned areas?
Two engaging stories about the role of Bolivian agroecology in promoting sustainable development among the young generations.