Leisa-India
By Leisa India
March 24th, 2017

Stakeholders in agroecology Leisa India | December 2016 | Published by Leisa India Diverse stakeholders’ working together has been always a challenge – especially when the mandates are inherently different. Self imposed boundaries and hierarchies stifle collective action. However, all these challenges dissolve when the purpose becomes bigger than the position.   In this issue, we … Read more

Leisa- India
By Leisa India
September 16th, 2016

Agroecology- Measurable and sustainable Leisa India | September 2016 | Published by Leisa India   There is an increasing recognition that sustainable resource management and sustainable livelihoods are inseparable. If neglected, everyone’s future is threatened.   While farmer’s distress stories are shocking everyone’s conscience, first time celebrations like International Year of Family Farming, emerging health … Read more

Leisa-India
By Leisa India
June 16th, 2016

Valuing underutilised crops June 2016 | 18.2 | Published by Leisa India It is heartening to know that there is increasing recognition worldwide for family farming and nutritional crops like pulses and millets. However, it is deeply disturbing with country facing unprecedented heat waves, droughts and farmer’s miseries. Diversity is the key for coping with … Read more

Leisa-India
By Leisa India
March 13th, 2016

Co-creation of knowledge March 2016| 18.1  | Published by LEISA India There is increasing realisation worldwide that agroecological approaches are the solution for creating healthy and wealthy nations, providing adequate food, ecological stability and sustainable livelihoods. Also, it is clear that this knowledge about agroecology is not entirely new – it has been available as wisdom … Read more