Resolis Journal

CO-PRODUCTION: AN ASSET FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF TERRITORIALISED FOOD SYSTEMS IN EUROPE, THE MEDITERRANEAN AND AFRICA

  • Authors
  • Editor
    Kelly Robin
  • Key-words
    Cooperation, Economy, Environment, Farming, Food, Local
  • Publication
    July 2016

« Summary: The objectives of sustainable development 2030 highlight the issues of poverty and hunger as well as that of climate change, which directly affect countries in the South and East Mediterranean. In response to this, the concept of co-production within territorialised agri-food networks as developed by IPEMED, seems pertinent. From a geopolitical point of view, a "vertical" approach across the entirety of "Africa-Mediterranean-Europe" (AME) is advisable. »

  • Solutions :
  • Environment Farming and food Territorial development
Territorialised Food Systems in the Mediterranean - Initiatives for responsible and sustainable food production

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Resolis Journal (2016-07-01) Territorialised Food Systems in the Mediterranean - Initiatives for responsible and sustainable food production

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, FOOD SECURITY, TERRITORIALISED NETWORKS, LOCAL ECOSYSTEM, INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY, FUNCTIONAL ECONOMY

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