Speaking of agroecology is ambiguous and often opposesboth sides. Sometimes presented as a panacea for allproblems, sometimes accused of mystification or archaism, agroecology actually practiced in the world certainly does not deserve this excess of honor or indignity. Quite simply, it exists, and this long andmeaningful way.
Who practice theagroecologists be counted byhundreds of millions ratherthan tens, even if some, a few, tend to engageepistemological disputes.
A question arises, however, how this silent massproductive and she couldremain visible so little for so long?
This book is published by theWorking Group on Desertification, networkhosted by CARI. It is published with the support of the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.