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By: Guy Faure, Yuna Chiffoleau, Frédéric Goulet, Ludovic Temple, Jean-Marc Touzard, editors

Innovation is often presented as one of the main catalysts for more sustainable and inclusive development.

By: Kristin Davis, David Dolly, Alexa J. Lamm and Kevan W. Lamm

Extension, as a socially-based institution, must constantly evolve with society. This case study on the Global Forum for Rural Advisory Services uses social network theory to add to the literature on network emergence in the context of extension.

By: EAT-Lancet Commission

Today, global food production is the single largest driver of environmental degradation, climate instability and the transgression of planetary boundaries. At the same time, global population health is increasingly pressured by several forms of malnutrition.

By: Fioret C, Johnson K, Lam S, Thompson M, Hargreaves SK - Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario (EFAO)

This guidebook aims to provide insights for working collaboratively with farmers in research. We identified and synthesized the literature on farmer-led research and farmer participatory research activities from around the world, with a focus on the North American context.