Agroecological farming, climate change and migration in marginalized areas of Mexico / La agricultura agroecológica, cambio climático y migración en áreas marginadas de México

Karla Yuliana Cadena Pérez, Pedro Cadena Iñiguez, Rafael Ariza Flores, Miguel Á. Cano García

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Anthropogenic climate change, migration and agriculture are concepts intimately linked to each other and each one has effects on society as a whole, this document aims to elucidate the contribution of a paradigmatic change of subsistence agriculture for food production, in comparison with the incorporation of agroecological practices in agriculture in marginalized areas that can be friendlier to the environment and the conservation of natural resources, which allow greater opportunities for the rural population to settle. The proposal and results expressed in this document indicate the possibility of making a change in food production in areas that have historically been relegated and that the Government of Mexico has placed special interest in supporting, through the Production for Well-being Program. , implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture of Mexico and the National Institute of Forestry, Agricultural and Livestock Research, through the Technical Support Strategy in 11 production chains, which receive direct support, technical support and financing in production projects. Under the methodology of learning by doing and field schools as a method of knowledge transfer. To date, 2,200 field schools have been established, serving more than 450 municipalities in 27 states of the Mexican Republic, and 190 researchers, 1,139 technicians or professional service providers, and 7,000 young people participating in the program of Youth Building the Future.


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technical support, agroecological practices, field schools, migration

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34188/bjaerv5n2-048

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