We hear a lot about how agriculture affects climate change and other environmental issues, but we hear little about how these issues affect agriculture. When we look at both sides of the issues, we can develop better solutions for sustainable agriculture without adversely affecting the environment. Agroecology, Ecosystems, and Sustainability explor
Management of Microorganisms in Relation to Plant Nutrition and Health. Soil Biogeochemistry: Up-Scaling From the Molecular to the Ecosystem Level (Using Terra Preta and Biochar as a Case Study). Carbon Capture and Use (CCU) as Alternative to Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). Proteomics Potential and Contribution toward Developing Sustainable Agriculture. Forest Agro-Ecosystems - Taking in Productivity and Soils. The Application of Modern Agro-Ecology in Mangrove Forest Restoration. The Food Systems Approach in Agroecology: New topics, Concepts, Applications. Removing Linguistic Barrier When Accessing to Learning Resources in Agroecology. Experiential Learning through Open-Ended Case Studies: Future Agroecology Education. Cropping Systems and Underground Biodiversity. Agroforestry Adaptation and Mitigation Options for Smallholder Farmers Vulnerable to Climate Change. Applying the Concepts of Agroecology to Food Systems in the Appalachian Region of the United States: theory Versus Practical Realities". Shifting Cultivation in the Atlantic Rainforest (Brazil): A View From Agroecology. the Impacts of Large-Scale Agricultural intensification on Birds associated With Agricultural and Grassland Habitats. The Paradox of Arable Weeds: Diversity, Conservation and Ecosystem Services of the Unwanted. Agricultural Biodiversity's Role in Agroecology for Strengthening Social-Ecological Resilience and For Poverty Alleviation.