Updated publications page at http://agroecopeople.wordpress.com/publications/.
B. B. Lin, M. J. Chappell, J. H. Vandermeer, G. R. Smith, E. Quintero, R. Bezner-Kerr, D. M. Griffith, S. Ketcham, S. C. Latta, P. McMichael, K. L. McGuire, R. Nigh, D. Rocheleau, J. Soluri and I. Perfecto. 2011. "Effects of industrial agriculture on global warming and the mitigation potential of small-scale agro-ecological farms." CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition, and Natural Resources, Vol. 6(020): 1-18. [pdf]
M. J. Chappell and L. A. LaValle. (2011). “Food security and biodiversity: Can we have both? An agroecological analysis.”Agriculture and Human Values, Vol. 28(1): 3-26. ]
C. Badgley, J. Moghtader, E. Quintero, E. Zakem, M. J. Chappell, K. Avilés Vázquez, A. Samulon, and I. Perfecto. (2007). “Organic agriculture and the global food supply.” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, Vol. 22(2): 86-108. [pdf]
J. H. Vandermeer, I. Perfecto, S. M. Philpott, and M. J. Chappell. (2008). “Reenfocando la conservación en el paisaje: La importancia de la matrix” in C. A. Harvey and J. C. Saénz (eds.), Evaluación y conservación de biodiversidad en paisajes fragmentados en Mesoamérica. Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica: Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad (INBio).
M. J. Chappell. “Alternative agriculture and human rights: Prospects for truly sustainable development from Brazil and beyond” (To be published in a special Subsistence volume from McGill-Queen’s University Press, R. W. Sandwell, J. Murton, and C. Duncan, eds.).
M. J. Chappell and H. N. Sears**, with additional material by J. R. Moore*. In press. “Food security in Latin America” in J. West (ed.), Europa regional surveys of the world: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2012. London, UK: Europa Publications.
M. J. Chappell, Food Fight: A SEED Magazine Debate, Parts I-III (w/R. Paarlberg). (2010). “Production isn’t the core problem”, “Let’s examine the Indian ‘Success Story’”, and “True agroecology is by and for the people.” Links to all three parts can be found in the concluding piece: http://seedmagazine.com/content/article/food_fight_conclusion.
Contributing author for Agriculture at a Crossroads: Volume III: Latin America and the Caribbean, report by the International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD) (2009). Washington, D.C.: Island Press. http://www.agassessment.org.
M. J. Chappell, J. H. Vandermeer, C. Badgley, and I. Perfecto. (2009). "Wildlife-friendly farming vs. land sparing." Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(4): 183-184. [pdf]
C. Badgley, I. Perfecto, M. J. Chappell, and A. Samulon. (2007). “Strengthening the case for organic agriculture: Response to Alex Avery,” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, Vol. 22(4): 323-324.
M. J. Chappell. (2007). “Shattering myths: Can sustainable agriculture feed the world?” FoodFirst Institute for Food and Development Policy Backgrounder, Vol. 13(3): 1-4.
M. J. Chappell, C. Rocha, and A. V. Aranha. Beginning to end hunger: Brazil's historic advances in municipal and national food security (book manuscript)
M. J. Chappell, I. Perfecto, H. Wittman, C. M. Bacon, B. Ferguson, L. García Barrios, R. García Barrios, J. Lima, V. E. Méndez, H. Morales, L. Soto-Pinto, and J. H. Vandermeer. “Food sovereignty for poverty reduction and biodiversity conservation in Latin America.” (for Ecology and Society).
M. J. Chappell. “‘The “Goldilocks Hypothesis’: Does sparing land for nature lack a credible political economy?” (for Agriculture and Human Values)
M. J. Chappell. “Participation in a local city food security program increases ant diversity: the case of Belo Horizonte, Brazil” (forApplied Ecology).