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Agrobiodiversity: Diversifying What We Grow and Eat

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Mexico is home to 15.4% of all the species that make up the world's food system.

October 2021

Regenerative or organic agriculture: What is the difference?

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In our sustainable agriculture month, we want to clear up the differences between two very important concepts: organic farming and regenerative agriculture.

October 2021

Agroecology: Connecting the dots of what we cultivate

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This system optimizes the interaction between all living beings in a given environment considering the social aspects that must be taken into account for a sufficient, sustainable, and fair food system.

October 2021

Forest Management: Can a Forest Be Used Sustainably?

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In recent decades, emphasis has been placed on sustainable forest management, considering a series of social, environmental, and economic factors in planning forestry activities.

October 2021

Institutions matter: mining , conflict and violence

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In this article we want to explore how institutions, formal and informal, have been key to understanding the violent conflict around mining projects in Mexico.

May 2021

Drought on a planet of water

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The annual amount of fresh water per person has decreased more than 20% during the last 20 years

April 2021

The relationship between the environment and violence: An overview

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This is the first article that will explore these three findings in a series dedicated to understanding the relationship between security and the environment in Mexico.

March 2021

Climate change-migration relationship.

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Running away from the climate crisis

March 2021

Climate migration: Mexico and its invisible migrants

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The most serious effects of climate change are and will be on the most vulnerable populations.

January 2021

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