Harnessing agroecology for sustainable development: A pathway to achieve the SDGs


Farag Blum*

Agroecology, a holistic approach to agriculture, has gained significant attention in recent years for its potential to address various challenges in food production, environmental sustainability, and rural development. This article explores the contribution of agroecology to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) established by the United Nations. By promoting biodiversity, soil health, and resilient farming systems, agroecology offers solutions to key SDGs such as zero hunger, climate action, and sustainable communities. Drawing on examples from around the world, this article highlights the importance of integrating agroecological principles into agricultural policies and practices to achieve sustainable development objectives.

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