Today, food systems are at a turning point.
On one hand, access to sufficient, healthy food is often a struggle. On the other, food systems are often tied to unsustainable environmental and climate practices.
In this challenging scenario, the way we use our lands and grow our food needs to change towards more resilient, sustainable, and inclusive practices.
A growing number of scientists, policymakers, and civil society see agroecology as the most viable and efficient solution towards achieving this ambition.
At the Alliance, we agree with this assessment. Together with our partners, we are identifying and scaling effective interventions to catalyze an uptake of agroecology, at both farm and food system levels.