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ILEIA’s contribution to upscaling agroecology

  • Since December 1984 ILEIA produced 127 issues of Farming Matters
  • ILEIA collaborated in magazine making with twelve regional partner organisations
  • Together the magazines are produced one global, five regional and seven local language editions and in eleven languages
  • The magazines are read in every country of the world (according to Google)
  • Together they reach (substantially) more than a million readers per quarter, in digital and paper format
  • The total production cost per magazine per reader is less than one Euro
  • Since 1984 ILEIA collaborated with at least 2000 authors who contributed articles to Farming Matters
  • The outreach of their articles was up to 100 times higher than they would have got through a scientific journal
  • About 50 editors worked in ILEIA since 1984
  • Lastly, ILEIA worked with dozens of farmer philosophers, champions of agroecology, SRI, NPM, FMNR, and so on… Inspiring people whose contribution to sustainable development cannot be captured in simple figures and numbers.

135 Problématiques abordées dans cette publication (Affichage des numéro 7023 - 7014) |

FM 2012 Farming Matters Vol 28 #1 - 20/03/2012

  • Insect conservation
  • Agrobiodiversity@knowledged
  • Managing for higher yields
  • Insect conservation in the UK
  • Insects, farmers and farm management
  • Mulch, a home for insects
  • All you need to know about bees
  • Zambia: abuzz with bees
  • A farmer-driven program to reinforce advocacy capacity

FM 2012 Farming Matters Vol 28 #2 - 20/06/2012

  • Twenty years later
  • Poverty alleviation - dignity, ecological growth or just money?
  • Agrobiodiversity@knowledged: enhancing the debate for a real transformation
  • Feeding the world in the twenty-first century
  • Agro-ecological approaches to enhance resilience to climate change
  • Farmers and markets: capturing the rich experiences of farmers' organisations
  • Getting heard in Rio
  • Energy enables development
  • Learning AgriCultures

FM 2012 Farming Matters Vol 28 #3 - 20/09/2012

  • A pyramid of farmer organisations
  • The rules that keep the group together
  • A powerful learning opportunity
  • Rio + 20 - what now?
  • Farmer organisations
  • Nepal's biodiversity conservation and development committee
  • REAP's agro-ecological villages
  • The strength of farmer organisations
  • The biodiversity dividend


FM 2012 Farming Matters Vol 28 #4 - 20/12/2012

  • Evidence of success
  • Roles and regulations
  • UNCCD:  Striving for a land-degradation neutral world
  • Development practice in transition
  • Water harvesting in Peru
  • Tackling degradation together
  • Rejuvenated landscape, rejuvenated lives
  • Agrobiodiversity@knowledged:  true champions

FM 2013 Farming Matters Vol 29 #1 - 20/03/2013

  • Impressive results in Bihar
  • A visual guide to SRI
  • SCI: Planting with space
  • How is SRI evolving, and what are we learning
  • SRI in Peru
  • Enhancing agrobiodiversity through SRI
  • New initiatives, Madagascar and Mali
  • SRI in India

FM 2013 Farming Matters Vol 29 #2 - 20/06/2013

  • Farmers' agency
  • Local food systems in Ecuador
  • Youth and agriculture
  • We need to support what farmers are already doing
  • Old traditions, new practices
  • Tzimbuto and Canasta Utopia
  • Building markets
  • Strengthening links between producers and consumers
  • Learning by doing
  • Creating better opportunities:  PGS and Analog Forestry
  • CGIAR's Challenge Program on Water and Food

FM 2013 Farming Matters Vol 29 #3 - 20/09/2013

  • The Shashe Agro-Ecology School
  • Learning AgriCultures
  • Improved extension in Paraguay
  • Seeds and farmer field schools
  • Reflecting upon practice
  • A university's model for local development
  • Connecting social movements, family farmers and the university
  • Training teachers in Afghasistan
  • A new cadre of scientists-activists

FM 2013 Farming Matters Vol 29 #4 - 20/12/2013

  • Ten qualities of family farming
  • New peasants in Spain
  • When family farmers lead development
  • The mother of our breath
  • "We are a political and economic force"
  • From conflicts to profitable alliances
  • Learning from new peasants
  • Agri-ProFocus
  • Agro-ecology

FM 2014 Farming Matters Vol 30 #1 - 20/03/2014

  • Breaking through the glass house
  • Women and diversity in India
  • Eduador: realising the potential of peasant seeds
  • Living gene banks in farmers' fields
  • From barren land to biodiverse home gardens
  • Seeds or grains: breaking the dichotomy
  • Reviving the Ankole Langhorns of Uganda
  • Linking biodiversity with the pleasures of food
  • Policies breed ignornance about biodiversity
  • Realising the potential of peasant seeds

FM 2014 Farming Matters Vol 30 #2 - 20/02/2014

  • From subsistence to resistance
  • "A revolution of thought is necessary"
  • Agroecology and the right to food
  • Local food systems in times of economic crisis
  • Bees bring a buzz to family farming in Zimbabwe
  • Home nurseries, viable businesses
  • Moving from vulnerability to resilience in Africa
  • Subsistence is resistance.  Local food systems in times of economic crisis
  • How Yapuchiris build climate resilience
  • The world's largest safety net for farmers?
  • Peasant to peasant;  The social movement form of agroecology