This page highlights the growing number of studies that explicitly study the extent to which agroecology is being financed through different agricultural development and research programs. This reflects our own research theme on “Financing and Resourcing Agroecology” led by Colin Anderson (UVM) and Nina Moeller (CAWR).
Last updated: January, 2022.
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Global Alliance for the Future of Food. Untapped Opportunities: Climate Financing for Food Systems Transformation
- Presentation at a high profile workshop at COP26 in Glasgow on the role of the Global Climate Fund to encourage bottom-up transformation of societies and food systems by enhancing agroecology (watch video recording of Nina Moeller’s presentation)
- Shifting Funding to Agroecology for People, Climate and Nature (ActionAid report in collaboration with Agroecology and Livelihoods Collaborative and Cultivate!)
- Making Money Move for Agroecology (Animation in English, French and Spanish)
- Credit where credit is due (New Economics Foundation study on UK financing and agroecology)
- Making Money Move for Agroecology Policy Brief (CIDSE-CAWR study)
- Development aid funds for agroecology: Support for agroecology of Dutch ODA spending (Dutch Development Aid – by Profundo & BothEnds)
- Sustainability Starts from the Ground (Danish Development Aid – by DanChurchAid)
- The share of agroecology Belgian official develoment assistance: an opportunity missed (Belgian Development Aid)
- Money Flows report (Gates Foundation, Kenyan Research, Swiss-funded programs – by Biovision & IPES-Food)
- Finance for agroecology: more than just a dream? (FAO, IFAD, GCF, EU – CIDSE-CAWR study)
- Unpublished – The portfolio of BMZ (German federal ministry of economic cooperation and development) on agroecology, technical and financial cooperation 2014-2018. [Das Portfolio des Bundesministeriums für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) im Themenbereich Agrarökologie Technische und Finanzielle Zusammenarbeit 2014 – 2018]
- Absent agroecology aid (UK DFID – by CAWR)