SUMMARY

Bettina Durocher is an agricultural and forest engineer, with a postgraduate degree in gender and doctoral studies in education and pedagogical mediation. She has carried out several investigations and development actions in Africa and Latin America on agroecology, food security, forest conservation, indigenous territorial governance, mediation of socio-environmental conflicts and climate resilience. She has published several articles and books on these same topics and is finishing her doctoral thesis: Agricultures, Forests and Food Security: The Hidden Knowledge of Rural and Indigenous Women.

Bettina Durocher

Costa Rica

Agroforestry biodiversity, food security and climate resilience.

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