Postponed: Indigeneity, agroecology and the SDGs. A case example of ETFE Uganda

This seminar has been postponed due to current health concerns and the need for ‘social distancing’. We hope to be able to re-arrange it in the future. Apologies for any inconvenience. ‘Indigeneity, agroecology and the SDGs. A case example of ETFE (Ebonyu Transformation Farm Enterprise), Kalaki District, Uganda.’ About this Event Dr Nicholas James is an Associate Lecturer at The Open University – SSGS (Faculty of the Social Sciences, Social Sciences and Global Studies) and co-founder of Ebonyu Transformation Farm Enterprise in Kalaki District, Uganda. Nick’s research and teaching interests in geography include development, environment and political ecology. Particular areas