Seeds for diversity and inclusion : agroecology and endogenous development /
This open access book will contribute to a more nuanced debate around seed system resilience that goes beyond the dominant dichotomous conceptualization of seed governance often characterized as traditional vs modern, subsistence vs commercial, or local vs global. While reflecting on the expanding o...
Cham, Switzerland :
- 1 Introduction: Thinking about seeds
- 2 Reclaiming diverse seed commons through food sovereignty, agroecology and economies of care
- 3 Integration of endogenous development theory into the study of seed governance
- 4 Indigenous seed systems, biocultural heritage: the Andean Potato Parks approach to seed governance
- 5 The diversity of seed-saving governance and sharing systems in contemporary Japan
- 6 Seed system dynamics and crop diversity of Chinbaung in Myanmar
- 7 Organizations and functions for seed management in East Asia: Korea, Japan and Taiwan
- 8 Evolutionary populations for sustainable food security and food sovereignty
- 9 Adding value to a Scottish rye landrace: collaborative research into new artisanal products
- 10 Inside the Japanese seed industry: its characteristics and implications for agroecology
- 11 Bhutans middle way: diversification, mainstreaming, commodification and impacts in the context of food security
- 12 The third way of seed governance: the potential of the seed commoning in Japan
- 13 Agroecology, sovereignty and the endogenous development perspective in seed governance and management.