The Mainstreaming of Organic Agriculture And Agroecology in the Himalaya Region

Adequate policies that advance the transition towards sustainable agriculture and food systems to ensure healthy food for all, to overcome social and economic inequalities and to protect our environment, climate and biodiversity, are urgently needed.

After highlighting the world’s best policies scaling up agroecology with the Future Policy Award 2018, the World Future Council and IFOAM – Organics International present the study “The Mainstreaming of Organic Agriculture and Agroecology in the Himalaya Region”. Policy Contexts in Bhutan, India and Nepal”, realized with the support of the Schweisfurth Foundation.

The study is a follow up of the efforts to showcase existing political support towards organic farming and agroecology, and brings new insights on the current institutional efforts and limitations of mainstreaming sustainable agriculture across the Himalaya Region, with a focus on three countries: Bhutan, India and Nepal.

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