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International Journal of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Since January 01 2020 the journal has changed its name to International Journal of Agriculture and Natural Resources - IJANR. Based on the analysis of the state of the art of several scientific journals in the area of agriculture and biological sciences, the journal's editorial body in conjunction with the Scientific Advisory Committee, composed of academics from both UC and other universities, have established a plan for continuous improvement of the editorial activity, including actions such as change of name to English language, development of new web design and implementation of a scientific dissemination system.

Therefore, the editorial committee invites authors to continue sending their contributions in the form of review articles, research articles, research notes and / or essays to the new website, which will be announced in December this year. The journal will continue to publish in the areas of research in agriculture, animal production, forestry, natural resources and other related areas.

For more information about our changes, please send your inquiries to ijanr@uc.cl


Vol 47, No 3 (2020)

Table of Contents

Challenges for agroecology development for the building of sustainable agri-food systems
Osvaldo Salazar, Claudia Rojas, Cecilia Baginsky, Sofía Boza, Gabriela Lankin, Andrés Muñoz-Sáez, Jorge F. Pérez-Quezada, Ricardo Pertuzé, Leah L.R. Renwick, András Székács, Miguel Altieri
152-158

Essays

Controversial topics in agroecology: A European perspective
Paola Migliorini, Paolo Bàrberi, Stéphane Bellon, Tommaso Gaifami, Vassilis D. Gkisakis, Alain Peeters, Alexander Wezel
159-173
Diversifying European agricultural systems by intercropping grain legumes and cereals
Erik Steen Jensen, Iman R. Chongtham, Nawa R. Dhamala, Carolina Rodriguez, Nicolas Carton, Georg Carlsson
174-186
Strategies for scaling up agroecological experiences in the European Union
Manuel González de Molina
187-203

Review Articles

Agroecology: Challenges and opportunities for farming in the Anthropocene
Miguel A. Altieri, Clara Nicholls
204-215
Agroecological initiatives in Hungary and their Central European aspects
András Székács, Péter Roszík, Katalin Balázs, László Podmaniczky, Apolka Ujj
216-234
Advancing food sovereignty through farmer-driven digital agroecology
Hannah Wittman, Dana James, Zia Mehrabi
235-248
Sustaining agri-food systems framed using soil security and education
Damien Field
249-260

Research Paper

Physical assessment of a Mollisol under agroecological management in the Quillota Valley, Mediterranean Central Chile
Manuel Casanova, Berthin Ticona, Osvaldo Salazar, Eduardo Gratacós, Marco Pfeiffer, Gonzalo Ávila, Yasna Tapia, Oscar Seguel, Carlo Sabaini
261-279
Transformative education in agroecology: student, teacher, and client involvement in colearning
Charles Francis, Anna Marie Nicolaysen, Geir Lieblein, Tor Arvid Breland
280-294
Transitioning to the safe and just space inside ‘the doughnut’ by means of agroecological niche food systems: insights from Chile and Uruguay
Walter Rossing, Annemarie Groot Kormelinck, Florencia Alliaume, Santiago Dogliotti, Jessica Duncan, Carlos Huenchuleo, Laurens Klerkx, Jacques Trienekens, Daniel Gaitán-Cremaschi
295-311
The invasive coccinellid Harmonia axyridis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) is a less suitable host for parasitism than resident species
Violeta Romero, Tania Zaviezo, Audrey Grez
312-323