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Putting Food on the Regional Policy Agenda in Montpellier, France

Abstract : While the food supply question virtually disappeared from the agenda of the cities of the developed world after World War II, a growing number of cities in the developing and developed world alike are now giving it their attention (Chapter “ Cities’ Strategies for Sustainable Food and the Levers They Mobilize”). That renewed focus has been brought about by a food supply discourse that seeks to promote a sustainable urban policy (Pothukuchi and Kaufman 2000). In that context, food supply has come to be at the heart of a new category of public urban action—sustainable development—that has now been widely undertaken in local public action (Béal et al. 2011).
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Laura Michel, Christophe-Toussaint Soulard. Putting Food on the Regional Policy Agenda in Montpellier, France. Caroline Brand; Nicoles Bricas; Damien Conaré; Benoît Daviron; Julie Debru; Laura Michel; Christophe-Toussaint Soulard. Designing Urban Food Policies: Concepts and Approaches, Springer International Publishing, pp.123-138, 2019, Urban Agriculture (Springer), 978-3-030-13958-2. ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-13958-2_6⟩. ⟨hal-02591666⟩

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