While 80% of food will be consumed in cities in 2050, the issue of how we feed cities, coupled with urban explosion and climate change, is an increasingly pressing concern. Previously exiled beyond the city boundary, new forms of agriculture are now returning to city centers. Cities around the world are rolling out initiatives designed to relocalize part of their food systems. How to reinvent the links between cities and agriculture?
- Foreword by Pierre Marc Johnson - Lawyer and international negotiator and former Prime Minister of Québec - Chair of the Veolia Institute Foresight Committee
- Introduction by Nicolas Renard, Director of Foresight, Veolia Institute
Review coordinated by Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé, Archipel&Co.