Agroecology is a way of farming with nature, not against it.
It builds resilience to climate change and disease outbreaks by combining different plants and animals, based on farmers’ knowledge of their local environments. Agroecology doesn’t rely on chemicals to fertilize crops and fight pests. It relies on diversity. And diversity in the field means fresh and nutritious food for communities. So can we embrace agroecology as the next evolution in food systems?