Permaculture for agroecology: design, movement, practice, and worldview. A review

  title={Permaculture for agroecology: design, movement, practice, and worldview. A review},
  author={Rafter Sass Ferguson and Sarah T. Lovell},
  journal={Agronomy for Sustainable Development},
Agroecology is a promising alternative to industrial agriculture, with the potential to avoid the negative social and ecological consequences of input-intensive production. Transitioning to agroecological production is, however, a complex project that requires diverse contributions from the outside of scientific institutions. Agroecologists therefore collaborate with traditional producers and agroecological movements. Permaculture is one such agroecological movement, with a broad international… CONTINUE READING
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