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Scaling up Agroecology Initiative

Transforming Food and Agricultural Systems in Support of the SDGs










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    Initiative de passage à l’échelle supérieure de l'agroécologie
    Transformer l’alimentation et l’agriculture au service des ODD
    2018
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    This document presents the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative, a vision to bring agroecologya to scale and transform food and agricultural systems to achieve the SDGs. The document responds to four key questions: “What is the potential of agroecology to contribute to the 2030 Agenda?” (Section 1); “What are the key challenges and opportunities to scale-up agroecology?” (Section 2); “Which core areas of work should the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative focus on?” (Section 3); and “What is the way forward for the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative?” (Section 4). FAO, as the lead agency, will be inviting UN agencies and other partner organizations to discuss and join the Initiative. It is intended to be presented and launched at the “2nd International Symposium on Agroecology: Scaling up Agroecology to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals” in April 2018 in Rome.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Iniciativa para ampliar la escala de la agroecología
    Transformar la alimentación y los sistemas agrícolas en apoyo de los ODS
    2018
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    This document presents the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative, a vision to bring agroecologya to scale and transform food and agricultural systems to achieve the SDGs. The document responds to four key questions: “What is the potential of agroecology to contribute to the 2030 Agenda?” (Section 1); “What are the key challenges and opportunities to scale-up agroecology?” (Section 2); “Which core areas of work should the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative focus on?” (Section 3); and “What is the way forward for the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative?” (Section 4). FAO, as the lead agency, will be inviting UN agencies and other partner organizations to discuss and join the Initiative. It is intended to be presented and launched at the “2nd International Symposium on Agroecology: Scaling up Agroecology to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals” in April 2018 in Rome.
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    High Level “Scaling up Agroecology Initiative” AGENDA
    Virtual event, 8 April 2022
    2022
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    Since its launch in 2018, the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative seeks to mobilize dialogue, cooperation and investment within and beyond the UN system, to bring agroecology to scale and achieve multiple sustainable development goals through sustainable agriculture and food systems. Different UN Agencies are progressively supporting agroecology across their respective mandates in partnership with governments and key actors across the food system. Three years into the implementation of the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative, this webinar will aim at sharing initial achievements, success stories and collective understanding of the enabling environment that takes agroecology forward on the ground, in different contexts and at different levels. It will be jointly organized by the UN advisory mechanism of the initiative, composed of FAO, IFAD, WFP, CBD, UNEP, UNDP, and WHO. The target audience is permanent representations to FAO and other RBAs; regional organizations; UN staff; national authorities; civil society organizations; academia and research institutions; farmers and producer organizations; private sector; NGOs; private foundations and international organizations.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Initiative de passage à l’échelle supérieure de l'agroécologie
    Transformer l’alimentation et l’agriculture au service des ODD
    2018
    Also available in:

    This document presents the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative, a vision to bring agroecologya to scale and transform food and agricultural systems to achieve the SDGs. The document responds to four key questions: “What is the potential of agroecology to contribute to the 2030 Agenda?” (Section 1); “What are the key challenges and opportunities to scale-up agroecology?” (Section 2); “Which core areas of work should the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative focus on?” (Section 3); and “What is the way forward for the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative?” (Section 4). FAO, as the lead agency, will be inviting UN agencies and other partner organizations to discuss and join the Initiative. It is intended to be presented and launched at the “2nd International Symposium on Agroecology: Scaling up Agroecology to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals” in April 2018 in Rome.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Iniciativa para ampliar la escala de la agroecología
    Transformar la alimentación y los sistemas agrícolas en apoyo de los ODS
    2018
    Also available in:

    This document presents the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative, a vision to bring agroecologya to scale and transform food and agricultural systems to achieve the SDGs. The document responds to four key questions: “What is the potential of agroecology to contribute to the 2030 Agenda?” (Section 1); “What are the key challenges and opportunities to scale-up agroecology?” (Section 2); “Which core areas of work should the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative focus on?” (Section 3); and “What is the way forward for the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative?” (Section 4). FAO, as the lead agency, will be inviting UN agencies and other partner organizations to discuss and join the Initiative. It is intended to be presented and launched at the “2nd International Symposium on Agroecology: Scaling up Agroecology to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals” in April 2018 in Rome.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Meeting
    High Level “Scaling up Agroecology Initiative” AGENDA
    Virtual event, 8 April 2022
    2022
    Also available in:

    Since its launch in 2018, the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative seeks to mobilize dialogue, cooperation and investment within and beyond the UN system, to bring agroecology to scale and achieve multiple sustainable development goals through sustainable agriculture and food systems. Different UN Agencies are progressively supporting agroecology across their respective mandates in partnership with governments and key actors across the food system. Three years into the implementation of the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative, this webinar will aim at sharing initial achievements, success stories and collective understanding of the enabling environment that takes agroecology forward on the ground, in different contexts and at different levels. It will be jointly organized by the UN advisory mechanism of the initiative, composed of FAO, IFAD, WFP, CBD, UNEP, UNDP, and WHO. The target audience is permanent representations to FAO and other RBAs; regional organizations; UN staff; national authorities; civil society organizations; academia and research institutions; farmers and producer organizations; private sector; NGOs; private foundations and international organizations.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Initiative de passage à l’échelle supérieure de l'agroécologie
    Transformer l’alimentation et l’agriculture au service des ODD
    2018
    Also available in:

    This document presents the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative, a vision to bring agroecologya to scale and transform food and agricultural systems to achieve the SDGs. The document responds to four key questions: “What is the potential of agroecology to contribute to the 2030 Agenda?” (Section 1); “What are the key challenges and opportunities to scale-up agroecology?” (Section 2); “Which core areas of work should the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative focus on?” (Section 3); and “What is the way forward for the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative?” (Section 4). FAO, as the lead agency, will be inviting UN agencies and other partner organizations to discuss and join the Initiative. It is intended to be presented and launched at the “2nd International Symposium on Agroecology: Scaling up Agroecology to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals” in April 2018 in Rome.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Iniciativa para ampliar la escala de la agroecología
    Transformar la alimentación y los sistemas agrícolas en apoyo de los ODS
    2018
    Also available in:

    This document presents the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative, a vision to bring agroecologya to scale and transform food and agricultural systems to achieve the SDGs. The document responds to four key questions: “What is the potential of agroecology to contribute to the 2030 Agenda?” (Section 1); “What are the key challenges and opportunities to scale-up agroecology?” (Section 2); “Which core areas of work should the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative focus on?” (Section 3); and “What is the way forward for the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative?” (Section 4). FAO, as the lead agency, will be inviting UN agencies and other partner organizations to discuss and join the Initiative. It is intended to be presented and launched at the “2nd International Symposium on Agroecology: Scaling up Agroecology to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals” in April 2018 in Rome.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Meeting
    High Level “Scaling up Agroecology Initiative” AGENDA
    Virtual event, 8 April 2022
    2022
    Also available in:

    Since its launch in 2018, the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative seeks to mobilize dialogue, cooperation and investment within and beyond the UN system, to bring agroecology to scale and achieve multiple sustainable development goals through sustainable agriculture and food systems. Different UN Agencies are progressively supporting agroecology across their respective mandates in partnership with governments and key actors across the food system. Three years into the implementation of the Scaling up Agroecology Initiative, this webinar will aim at sharing initial achievements, success stories and collective understanding of the enabling environment that takes agroecology forward on the ground, in different contexts and at different levels. It will be jointly organized by the UN advisory mechanism of the initiative, composed of FAO, IFAD, WFP, CBD, UNEP, UNDP, and WHO. The target audience is permanent representations to FAO and other RBAs; regional organizations; UN staff; national authorities; civil society organizations; academia and research institutions; farmers and producer organizations; private sector; NGOs; private foundations and international organizations.

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