Food systems for sustainable development: proposals for a profound four-part transformation

Food systems for sustainable development: proposals for a profound four-part transformation

Authors: Patrick Caron, Gabriel Ferrero y de Loma-Osorio, David Nabarro, Etienne Hainzelin, Marion Guillou, Inger Andersen, Tom Arnold, Margarita Astralaga, Marcel Beukeboom, Sam Bickersteth, Martin Bwalya, Paula Caballero, Bruce M. Campbell, Ntiokam Divine, Shenggen Fan, Martin Frick, Anette Friis, Martin Gallagher, Jean-Pierre Halkin, Craig Hanson, Florence Lasbennes, Teresa Ribera, Johan Rockstrom, Marlen Schuepbach, Andrew Steer, Ann Tutwiler, Gerda Verburg

Food systems for sustainable development: proposals for a profound four-part transformation

Journal: Agronomy for Sustainable Development

2018

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Citation: Caron, P., Ferrero y de Loma-Osorio, G., Nabarro, D. et al. Agron. Sustain. Dev. (2018) 38: 41. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13593-018-0519-1

Can scenario planning catalyse transformational change? Evaluating a climate change policy case study in Mali

Can scenario planning catalyse transformational change? Evaluating a climate change policy case study in Mali

Authors: Edmond Totin, James R. Butler, Amadou Sidibe, Samuel Partey, Philip K. Thornton, Ramadjita Tabo

Presenting a case study from Mali, this paper examines the potential of participatory scenario processes in catalysing change. It demonstrates that in order to be truly effective, it needs additional extended learning processes. 

Journal: Futures

February 2018

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Citation: Totin, E., Butler, J.R., Sidibé, A., Partey, S., Thornton, P.K. and Tabo, R., 2018. Can scenario planning catalyse transformational change? Evaluating a climate change policy case study in Mali. Futures96, pp.44-56.