Agropolis: The Social, Political and Environmental Dimensions of Urban Agriculture
Earthscan, 2005 - 286 Seiten
Urban agriculture is an increasingly popular practice in cities worldwide, and a sustainable future for it is critical, especially for the urban poor of the developing world. This book presents the first findings of original field research projects funded by IDRC's AGROPOLIS International Graduate Research Awards on Urban Agriculture. Countries studied include Cuba, Argentina, Botswana, France, the UK, Zimbabwe, Ivory Coast, Togo and Tunisia. Together, these studies examine concrete strategies to better integrate 'city farming' into the urban landscape.
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Migration and Food Security in Namibia
Chapter 2 The Pestcontrol System in the Market Gardens of Lomé Togo
A Tobit Approach
Chapter 4 Exploring the Gender Dimensions of Urban Openspace Cultivation in Harare Zimbabwe
Chapter 5 Gender Commercial Urban Agriculture and Urban Food Supply in Greater Gaborone Botswana
Shifting Perspectives on Urban Agriculture in Havana Cuba
Integration of Economic Social Technical and Environmental Variables
The Saclay Plateau France and the Sijoumi Plain Tunisia
Chapter 9 Assessing Benefits from Allotments as a Component of Urban Agriculture in England
Chapter 10 Neglected Issues on Form and Substance of Research on Urban Agriculture
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Agropolis: "The Social, Political and Environmental Dimensions of Urban ...
Luc J A Mougeot
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