The hybrid governance of urban food movements: Learning from Toronto and Brussels

This book delves into hybrid governance in urban food movements, examining the development of such movements in city-regions like Toronto and Brussels. The author highlights the governance challenges food initiatives face as they strive to transform food systems and sociopolitical conditions. Topics explored include land access for urban and peri-urban agriculture, building resilient food networks, and shaping supportive policies and institutions for urban food governance. This analysis places real-world challenges of urban food movements in the spotlight, issues that are increasingly pertinent given today’s converging climate, sociopolitical, and health crises. The book provides recommendations for enhancing alternative food practices and initiating meaningful changes in the food system.

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