Urban Spaces of Biodiversity

by | Jun 15, 2023 | from our networks

the Rural Seeds Network Newsletter 33

In recent decades there has been a growing awareness of the need for a profound transformation of the global food system to overcome the limitations and vulnerabilities it is showing. However, such a transformation has proven to be very complex because it involves questioning the logics, rules, infrastructure and power relations that characterize this system.

This has led to a strong interest in and growing commitment to action at the territorial level, with the assumption that on a local scale there are more favorable conditions for better resource management, the development of new visions and approaches, and interaction among the various stakeholders. This is a re-territorialization of food systems that involves production and consumption practices, but also enables the creation of new governance systems, directed toward democratic management of decision-making processes around food. So also a re-politicization of food, a relocation of food into a political space of confrontation and co-management.

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