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Domains of Transformation and agroecology

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Can the assessment focus on the analysis of regime lock-in mechanisms in order to un-lock and scale-up of agroecology as an alternative transformation?  Governance and market- social – political power asymmetries reflected on the global value chains (GVCs) and global production networks (GPNs) of the current dominant food regime - led by TNCs - constrain this transformation. Anderson, C.R. et al, 2019 propose to consider and analyze the dynamics among the following domains: (1) Access to Natural Ecosystems; (2) Knowledge and Culture; (3) Systems of Exchange; (4) Networks; (5) Equity; and (6) Discourse in order to enable this transformation.



 Anderson, C.R. et al, 2019.  From Transition to Domains of Transformation: Getting to Sustainable and Just Food Systems through Agroecology. Sustainability 2019, 11, 5272

 Phillips, N. 2017 Power and inequality in the global political economy.International Affairs 93: 2, 2017