UA Magazine no. 29 - City Region Food Systems


  1. Editorial: Food on the urban agenda
  2. Food in an Urbanised World: The role of city region food systems
  3. City Region Food Systems: An inclusive and integrated approach to improving food systems and urban-rural linkages
  4. Food Systems on the City Agenda
  5. Developing the Rotterdam City Region Food System: Acting and thinking at the same time
  6. The Food Systems and Food Security Study for the City of Cape Town
  7. City Region Food Systems on the Political Agenda in France
  8. Sustaining Grassroots Initiatives and Institutional Roles in the Urban Food Policy of Milan
  9. Building a Bristol Food City Region from the Grass Roots up: Food strategies, action plans and food policy councils
  10. Policies Fostering Multifunctional Urban Agriculture in the City of Zurich
  11. Governance Challenges for the Development of Public Green Areas as Edible Landscapes
  12. Research Priorities for Future Food Systems: A sustainable food systems perspective from Ontario, Canada
  13. Examining Food Sources in the City of Tamale, Ghana
  14. FOODMETRES – Metropolitan food planning connecting the local with the global
  15. FOODMETRES – Case studies from North to South
  16. Can Local Food Production Reduce Food Imports and Transport? The case of lettuce in Rosario, Argentina
  17. An Innovative Short Chain in the Netherlands: Willem&Drees
  18. Edible Landscape: Food and services from common-land use in the Vigo city region
  19. Short Food Chains in Rome: Context, experiences, policy implications
  20. Kalnciema Street Quarter in Riga: Food makes the place
  21. Cultivating the City: Infrastructures of abundance in urban Brazil
  22. Green Vegetable Supply in Dar es Salaam
  23. 250,000 Families! Reconnecting urban and rural people for healthier, more sustainable living
  24. Unlocking La Paz
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