08 Dec The Politics of Knowledge: Global Launch of New CompendiuM on Agroecology, Regenerative Approaches, and Indigenous Foodways
Panta Rhea’s Anna Lappé joins colleagues at the Global Alliance for the Future of Food for the launch of The Politics of Knowledge: Understanding the Evidence for Agroecology, Regenerative Approaches, and Indigenous Foodways. The new compendium tackles the dominant questions about evidence that are holding back food systems transformation. Authors unpack the narratives and legacies behind these questions and explore the many ways funders, researchers, and policymakers can take transformative action. Working with 17 contributing teams representing geographic, institutional, sectoral, gender, and racial diversity, the compendium explores the power and politics that shape and infuse understandings of evidence, what counts as evidence, and the broad range of ways evidence is documented.