Pablo Servigne

Pablo Servigne

Pablo Servigne is an independent and interdisciplinary researcher. With an academic background (Agronomist from the “Faculté de Gembloux in Belgium and with a PhD in Science from the “Université Libre” in Brussels) Pablo shares his life between the different worlds of academia (in seminars), politics (as a consultant), associative (popular education animator for “Barricade” in Liège) and media (as an independent journalist). He holds a particular interest for issues such as the evolution of cooperation, the global commons, agroecology, urban agriculture, the transition movement, systemic collapse, resilience and complexity. He teaches permaculture and is a member of the “Interdisciplinary Research Group on Agroecology” of the FNRS (Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique). He is also a member of “ASPO” (Association for the Study of Peak Oil – Belgium), and of the editorial board of the anarchist review “Réfractions”. He lives in Brussels where he participates in the emergence of a local Transition movement. He is the author of a study ordered by Yves Cochet for the political group “Europe Ecologie les Verts”, on the state of the European food system and the necessity for a transition towards decentralized and resilient food systems.

Articles

The Road Towards an Oil Free Agriculture

We have passed the global peak of conventional fossil fuel production. Numerous other non-renewable resources will follow a similar decline. Hence, it seems very possible that within a few years, we will witness the collapse of industrial food systems. How should we organise a transition towards more resilient food systems that are completely disconnected from […]