Some examples of recent publications

Tittonell, 2014. Ecological intensification – sustainable by nature. Current Opinion on Environmental Sustainability 8, 53–61.

Speelman, E.N., García-Barrios, L.E., Groot, J.C.J., Tittonell, P., 2014. Gaming for smallholder participation in the design of more sustainable agricultural landscapes. Agric. Syst. 126, 62-75.

Rossing, W.A.H., Modernel, P., Tittonell, P., 2014. Diversity in organic and agroecological farming systems for mitigation of climate change impact, with examples from Latin America. In J. Fuhrer & P. Gregory (Eds.), Climate change impact and adaptation in agricultural systems (CABI Climate Change Series, 5). CAB International 2014.

Tittonell, P., 2014. Livelihood strategies, resilience and transformability in African agroecosystems. Agric. Syst. 126, 3-14.

Tittonell, P., Giller, K.E., 2013. When yield gaps are poverty traps: The paradigm of ecological intensification in African smallholder agriculture. Field Crop Res. 143, 76-90.

Tittonell, P., Scopel, E., Andrieu, N., Posthumus, H., Mapfumo, P., Corbeels, M., van Halsema, G.E., Lahmar, R., Lugandu, S., Rakotoarisoa, J., Mtambanengwe, F., Pound, B., Chikowo, R., Naudin, K., Triomphe, B., Mkomwa, S., 2012. Agroecology-based aggradation-conservation agriculture (ABACO): Targeting innovations to combat soil degradation and food insecurity in semi-arid Africa. Field Crop Res. 132, 168-174.

Doré, T., Makowski, D., Malézieux, E., Munier-Jolain, N., Tchamitchian, M., Tittonell, P., 2011. Facing up to the paradigm of ecological intensification in agronomy: revisiting methods, concepts and knowledge. European Journal of Agronomy 34, 197-210.

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