This case study showcases the work of COMACO – a social enterprise that trains poachers and local farmers in agroecological techniques to grow and harvest crops in Zambia.
Content Type: Case Studies
This case study dives into Brazil’s National Policy for Agroecology and Organic Production – a groundbreaking policy that supports sustainable development.
This case study explores Cuba’s journey to becoming a global leader in organic agriculture through the Farmer-to-Farmer Agroecology Movement (MACAC).
This case study highlights the work of Hivos, who support individuals and communities to develop their own strategies and solutions that fight for social and environmental justice—including food justice.
This case study explores how a group of seven farmer founders created Organic Valley, an independent, farmer-owned cooperative.
When San Francisco started to reimagine its waste management system, city officials knew that food waste needed to be a central pillar in their plan. It was 2003, and the American city had just released its comprehensive Environment Code. Alongside was an ambitious but exciting goal: to become zero waste by 2020. “Zero waste is … Continued
This case study shows how resilience and strong local food systems go hand in hand in Quito, Ecuador.
This case study shows how FoodShare Canada took a locally-rooted food justice approach to the COVID-19 response.
This case study highlights Gastromotiva Brazil, who uses education and the power of food to create a more inclusive and equitable society.
The pandemic meant that Fiji’s Ministry of Agriculture was able to increase the production and consumption of locally-grown food.