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Public policies and food systems in Latin America

Food problems are the order of the day. Solving the problems of hunger and malnutrition, producing and guaranteeing access to healthy food, preserving the environment, valuing local cultures and ensuring citizen participation are some of the many challenges that permeate the dynamics of food systems.

This book addresses the role of Latin American public policies and actions in the configuration of healthy and sustainable food systems. Written by scholars specialized in various discipli...


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  • Éditeur : Éditions Quæ
  • Collection : Update Sciences & Technologie
  • Lieu d’édition : Versailles
  • Année d’édition : 2022
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 07 février 2024
  • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 978-2-7592-3535-3
  • EAN électronique : 978-2-7592-3763-0
  • Nombre de pages : 446 p.
Patrick Caron
Foreword
Jean-François Le Coq, Paulo Niederle, Catia Grisa et al.
Introduction

Part I - Regional food policy analysis

Maria Mercedes Patrouilleau, Diego S. Taraborrelli et Ignacio Alonso
Chapter 2 - Futures studies and the food question in Latin America: a literature review

Part IV - Building food policies and actions in regions and cities

Stéphane Guéneau, Mauro G.M. Capelari, Janaína Deane de Abreu Sá Diniz et al.
Chapter 12 - The process of politicizing food sustainability in the city of Brasilia: towards a transition of the local food system?
Ruby Elisabeth Castellanos Peñaloza, Guy Henry et Sara Rankin
Chapter 13 - Building an urban food policy: the case of Cali, Colombia

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