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The integration of agriculture in urban policies

The major objective of the International workshop in Havana, Cuba was: 'to move urban agriculture beyond the daily reality of urban farmers to the agenda of policy-makers'. In synthesising that conference, the authors review the variety of conditions that facilitate the growth of UA, and, secondly, discuss a range of policy options to selectively support the development of sustainable urban food production systems. This article is an abridged version of article you can find in Growing Cities, Growing Food (Bakker et al., 2000).

Author(s): Henk de Zeeuw, Sabine Guendel and Hermann Waibel

Organisation: RUAF

Date: 2000

Country: Multi-Country

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