Agroecology, various approaches in Europe
An audiovisual support to teach agroecology.
This film was made in the framework of the Erasmus+ project called "Euro-EducATES, Teaching agroecology in the transitory period and its consequences for the Agricultural Knowledge Systems."
It starts in September 2015 and ends in August 2018.
This European project aims to professionalize and assist teachers and trainers in agricultural schools in order to implement the environmental objectives initiated by the European Union. We develop common and innovative European educational tools to support teachers and trainers to teach agroecology.
More informations here : http://www.euroeducates.eu/en/
There is not one definition of agroecology in Europe, yet agroecology can be considered as a science, a set of practices, a social movement.
The aim of this film is to illustrate the diversity of approaches of agroecology in the partners countries through different points of view (research, practices, education, public policies) :
Video chapters :
Introduction : Agroecology to respond to the agricultural context and the demands of the consumers
00:00 Olivier DE SCHUTTER - Co-chair of the IPES-Food, International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems
ITALY : Based on strong traditions and implications of various stakeholders
04:30 Pr. Fabio CAPORALI - Professor of Agricultural Ecology at the University of Tuscia
06:42 Salvatore BASILE - Bio-districts responsible, Italian Organic Agriculture Association
07:55 Rosanna SPOLZINO - Farming cooperative "Orti di Sala Consilina" at Salerno
SLOVENIA : Adaptation of the traditional knowledge and education
10:23 Dr. Janko RODE - Chamber of Agriculture and Forestry of Slovenia
13:18 Dr. Ana VOVK KORŽE - Professor at the University of Maribor, Leader of Polygon Dole
LITHUANIA : Agroecology on the farm and in ecovillages
16:34 Raimundas VAICIUNAS - Kardokai ecovillage community chairman
19:11 Valentinas GENYS - Manager of a agroecology farm in Ukmergé district
AUSTRIA : From sciences to social considerations
22:37 Prof. Jürgen Kurt FRIEDEL - Division of Organic Farming, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences at Vienna
25:47 Ekkehard LUGHOFER - Marketing manager of ADAMAH BioHof, Glinzendorf
FRANCE : A collective approach to change the systems
29:05 Jouany CHATOUX - Manager of the organic farm "Émergence Bio" at Pigerolles
Conclusion : Agroecology, a complex concept: evolution of the food production systems
32:05 Marc DUFUMIER - Professor emeritus at AgroParisTech, Paris
35:45 Ludwig RUMETSHOFER - Representative of ÖBV, Via Campesina Austria
Audiovisual production team: CEZ - Bergerie nationale of Rambouillet (France)
Scriptwriter: Lamia Latiri-Otthoffer
Director: Amandine Menet
Camera operator and editor: Lionel Goupil"