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Main Title Agroecology : a transdisciplinary, participatory and action-oriented approach /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Méndez, V. Ernesto,
Bacon, Christopher M.,
Cohen, Roseann,
Gliessman, Stephen R.,
Publisher CRC Press,
Year Published 2016
Call Number S589.7.A37 2016
ISBN 9781482241778 (e-book : PDF); 9781482241761 (hardback)
Subjects Agricultural ecology.
Internet Access
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Collation 1 online resource : text file, PDF.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
Contents Notes
chapter 1. Introduction : agroecology as a transdisciplinary, participatory, and action-oriented approach / V. Ernesto M?ndez, Christopher M. Bacon, and Roseann Cohen -- chapter 2. Agroecology : roots of resistance to industrialized food systems / Stephen R. Gliessman -- chapter 3. Transformative agroecology : foundations in agricultural practice, agrarian social thought, and sociological theory / Graham Woodgate and Eduardo Sevilla Guzm?n -- chapter 4. Political agroecology : an essential tool to promote agrarian sustainability / Manuel Gonz?lez de Molina -- chapter 5. Learning agroecology through involvement and reflection / Charles Francis, Edvin ?stergaard, Anna Marie Nicolaysen, Geir Lieblein, Tor Arvid Breland, and Suzanne Morse -- chapter 6. Complexity in tradition and science : intersecting theoretical frameworks in agroecological research / John Vandermeer and Ivette Perfecto -- chapter 7. Agroecology, food sovereignty, and the New Green Revolution / Eric Holt-Gim?nez and Miguel A. Altieri -- chapter 8. The intercultural origin of agroecology : contributions from Mexico / Francisco J. Rosado-May -- chapter 9. Participatory action research for an agroecological transition in Spain : building local organic food networks / Gloria I. Guzm?n, Daniel L?pez, Lara Rom?n, and Antonio M. Alonso -- chapter 10. Agroecology, food sovereignty, and urban agriculture in the United States / Margarita Fernandez, V. Ernesto M?ndez, Teresa Mares, and Rachel Schattman -- chapter 11. On the ground : putting agroecology to work through applied research and extension in Vermont / Debra Heleba, Vern Grubinger, and Heather Darby -- chapter 12. Agroecology as a food security and sovereignty strategy in coffee-growing communities : opportunities and challenges in San Ramon, Nicaragua / Heather Putnam, Roseann Cohen, and Roberta M. Jaffe -- chapter 13. The Mesoamerican Agroenvironmental program : critical lessons learned from an integrated approach to achieve sustainable land management / Isabel A. Guti?rrez-Montes and Felicia Ramirez Aguero -- chapter 14. Analysis of tropical homegardens through an agroecology and anthropological ecology perspective / Alba Gonz?lez-J?come.