The Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR)

Michel Pimbert

In: Urban Agriculture Magazine no 33 - Urban Agroecology, p.76 (2017)

CAWR was created in 2014 with the aim to contribute to the new knowledge and policies needed to develop food and water systems that are resilient and socially just. The 90 people currently working at the centre are a diverse international community, a mix of natural and social scientists making extensive use of co-inquiry and blurring of boundaries between scientific, professional, citizen, and indigenous knowledge systems. CAWR’s research focusses on five interlinked research themes:

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