TITLE

Urban Agriculture

ISSN

2197-1749

ISSN ELECTRONIC

2197-1730

CATEGORY

Biomedical and Life Sciences

DESCRIPTION

<p>The<i>Urban Agriculture</i> Book Series at Springer is for researchers,professionals, policy-makers and practitioners working on agriculture in andnear urban areas. Urban agriculture (UA) can serve as a multifunctionalresource for resilient food systems and socio-culturally, economically andecologically sustainable cities.</p>Forthe Book Series Editors, the main objective of this series is to mobilize andenhance capacities to share UA experiences and research results, comparemethodologies and tools, identify technological obstacles, and adapt solutions.By diffusing this knowledge, the aim is to contribute to building the capacityof policy-makers, professionals and practitioners in governments, internationalagencies, civil society, the private sector as well as academia, to effectivelyincorporate UA in their field of interests. It is also to constitute a globalresearch community to debate the lessons from UA initiatives, to compareapproaches, and to supply tools for aiding in the conception and evaluation ofvarious strategies of UA development.</p><p>Theconcerned scientific field of this series is large because UA combinesagricultural issues with those related to city management and development. Thusthis interdisciplinary Book Series brings together environmental sciences,agronomy, urban and regional planning, architecture, landscape design,economics, social sciences, soil sciences, public health and nutrition,recognizing UA?s contribution to meeting society?s basic needs, feeding people,structuring the cities while shaping their development. All these scientificfields are of interest for this Book Series. Books in this Series will analyzeUA research and actions; program implementation, urban policies, technologicalinnovations, social and economic development, management of resources(soil/land, water, wastes?) for or by urban agriculture, are all pertinenthere.</p><p>This Book Series includes a mix of edited,coauthored, and single-authored books. These books could be based on researchprograms, conference papers, or other collective efforts, as well as completedtheses or entirely new manuscripts.</p><p></p><p></p>

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