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Urbanization and its implications for food and farming

2010-9-27  How urbanization is understood has large implications for how its likely future influence on food and farming is perceived. If urbanization is regarded as a process taking place in almost all nations and as a driver of change, then it can be assumed that extrapolating past trends provides us with a likely picture of the world's future urban ...

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(PDF) Urbanization and its implications for food and farming

Abstract and Figures. This paper discusses the influences on food and farming of an increasingly urbanized world and a declining ratio of food producers to food

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[PDF] Urbanization and its implications for food and ...

The key issues with regard to agriculture and urbanization are whether the growing and changing demands for agricultural products from growing urban populations can be sustained while at the same time underpinning agricultural prosperity and reducing rural and urban poverty. This paper discusses the influences on food and farming of an increasingly urbanized world and a declining ratio of food ...

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Urbanization can benefit agricultural ... - Nature Food

2021-3-11  Urbanization has often been considered a threat to food security since it is likely to reduce the availability of croplands. Using spatial statistics and scenario analysis, we show that an ...

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Urbanization and Its Impacts to Food Systems and ...

2013-12-24  Urbanization and Its Impacts to Food Systems and Environmental Sustainability in Urban Space: Evidence ... with important implications on urban environmental sustainability and redis- ... ing in urban agriculture producing 15 - 20 percent of all food. More people noticed are employed in processing,

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IMPACT OF URBANIZATION ON AGRICULTURAL

Urbanization increased residential population and expansion of non-farm business and industry increases the pressure on farmers and makes it more costly and difficult to farm in the traditional way. The issue is complicated by the fact that population and business industry growth often takes place in prime agricultural areas (Asamoah, 2010).

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Urbanization, livestock systems and food security in ...

2019-3-27  Over the next few decades, urbanization will be a defining trend in many developing regions of the world, where urban growth is occurring most quickly and where the bulk of extreme poverty is concentrated (Seto et al. 2012; SDSN 2013).Together with associated demographic changes, urbanization is expected to add significant challenges to tackling hunger, food insecurity, and

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(PDF) Urbanization and Food Security - ResearchGate

For a long time, urban areas have been dependent on surrounding peri-urban and rural areas for satisfying their food demands [17]. However, the rapid urbanization trends

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Urbanization Issues Affecting Food System Sustainability ...

2019-7-18  Satterthwaite D, McGranahan G, Tacoli C (2010) Urbanization and its implications for food and farming. Philos Trans R Soc B: Biol Sci 365(1554):2809–2820 CrossRef Google Scholar Scardigli V (1983) La consommation, culture du quotidien.

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Vertical Farming Sustainability and Urban Implications

2018-11-2  positive correlation that exists between food production and urban food demand, food systems remain separate and excluded from cities. Vertical farming has been proposed as a solution projected to address these issues in a sustainable way. This study aims to determine the sustainability of a vertical farm operation and its perceived

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Urbanization and Its Impacts to Food Systems and ...

2013-12-24  Urbanization and Its Impacts to Food Systems and Environmental Sustainability in Urban Space: Evidence ... with important implications on urban environmental sustainability and redis- ... ing in urban agriculture producing 15 - 20 percent of all food. More people noticed are employed in processing,

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Implications of agricultural transitions and urbanization ...

2014-11-5  Food-production systems are now global, with attendant benefits and risks 6; the diversity of farmed crops is declining 7; and environmental degradation from agriculture is widespread 8,9,10.

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The impact of agricultural activities on urbanization ...

2019-9-26  changes in its demographic composition and large-scale expansion of its urban landscape. For instance, total urban population jumped from 78.94 million in 1961 to 377.10 million in 2011 which is about 388 % increase.1 The percentage of urban population (or number of cities/towns) increased from 17.97 % (or 2657) in 1961 to 31.16 % (or 7935) in ...

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Future urban land expansion and implications for global ...

2017-8-22  Urbanization’s contribution to land use change emerges as an important sustainability concern. Here, we demonstrate that projected urban area expansion will take place on some of the world’s most productive croplands, in particular in

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(PDF) Urbanization and Food Security - ResearchGate

For a long time, urban areas have been dependent on surrounding peri-urban and rural areas for satisfying their food demands [17]. However, the rapid urbanization trends are now influencing the ...

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Vertical Farming Sustainability and Urban Implications

2018-11-2  positive correlation that exists between food production and urban food demand, food systems remain separate and excluded from cities. Vertical farming has been proposed as a solution projected to address these issues in a sustainable way. This study aims to determine the sustainability of a vertical farm operation and its perceived

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Urban diets and nutrition: Trends, challenges and ...

2017-10-9  Urban diets and nutrition: Trends, challenges and opportunities for policy action. Policy Brief No. 9. London, UK: Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition. Cover photo: istockphoto ABOUT THE GLOBAL PANEL ON AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SYSTEMS FOR NUTRITION The Global Panel is an independent group of influential

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Land Use Changes: Economic, Social, and Environmental

2007-11-19  for food and timber production. Soil erosion, salinization, desertification, and other soil degradations associated with intensive agriculture and deforestation reduce the qual-ity of land resources and future agricultural productivity (Lubowski et al. 2006). Urbanization presents many challenges for farmers on the urban fringe.

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The future of food and agriculture: Trends and challenges

2021-2-9  its work taking account of the main challenges facing the food and agriculture sector. The present study, which was undertaken for the quadrennial review of FAO’s Strategic Framework and preparation of the Organization’s Medium-Term Plan, 2018–21, lays out key global trends and challenges that will influence food and agriculture in the

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Urbanization and its implications for avian aggression: A ...

T1 - Urbanization and its implications for avian aggression. T2 - A case study of urban black kites (Milvus migrans) along Sagami Bay in Japan. AU - Galbreath, Dana M. AU - Ichinose, Tomohiro. AU - Furutani, Tomoyuki. AU - Yan, Wanglin. AU - Higuchi, Hiroyoshi

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Urbanization and Its Impacts to Food Systems and ...

2013-12-24  Urbanization and Its Impacts to Food Systems and Environmental Sustainability in Urban Space: Evidence ... with important implications on urban environmental sustainability and redis- ... ing in urban agriculture producing 15 - 20 percent of all food. More people noticed are employed in processing,

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Implications of agricultural transitions and urbanization ...

2014-11-5  Food-production systems are now global, with attendant benefits and risks 6; the diversity of farmed crops is declining 7; and environmental degradation from agriculture is widespread 8,9,10.

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Future urban land expansion and implications for global ...

2017-8-22  Urbanization’s contribution to land use change emerges as an important sustainability concern. Here, we demonstrate that projected urban area expansion will take place on some of the world’s most productive croplands, in particular in

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(PDF) Urbanization and Food Security - ResearchGate

For a long time, urban areas have been dependent on surrounding peri-urban and rural areas for satisfying their food demands [17]. However, the rapid urbanization trends are now influencing the ...

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Urban diets and nutrition: Trends, challenges and ...

2017-10-9  Urban diets and nutrition: Trends, challenges and opportunities for policy action. Policy Brief No. 9. London, UK: Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition. Cover photo: istockphoto ABOUT THE GLOBAL PANEL ON AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SYSTEMS FOR NUTRITION The Global Panel is an independent group of influential

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China’s Agriculture: Drivers of Change and Implications to

2013-5-12  Over time, while food expenditure went up, its share in total expenditure fell from 67.7 percent in 1978 to 41 percent in 2009 (food expenditure in rural areas) and from 57.5 percent to 36.5 percent in the same period (food expenditure in urban areas)

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Identifying the Determinants of Nongrain Farming in China ...

Promoted by rapid industrialization and urbanization, the structure and spatial pattern of farming in China has changed greatly, and nongrain farming (NGF) has become more common. However, excessive NGF in some areas is not conducive to sustainable agricultural development and threatens China’s food security. In this study, we briefly analyze the stage characteristics of NGF in China and ...

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Agriculture, Food Systems, and Nutrition: Meeting the ...

2017-3-3  This paper reviews the theory and recent qualitative evidence (particularly from 2010 to 2016) in the public health and nutrition literature, on the role that agriculture plays in improving nutrition, how food systems are changing rapidly due to globalization, trade liberalization, and urbanization, and the implications this has for nutrition ...

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Urbanization: Meaning, Causes, Effects and Solutions

2021-11-19  Meaning and Implications of Urbanization. Urbanization has become very common in developing as well as developed countries. It is a process wherein general people migrate from rural to urban area in search of brighter social as well as economic feasibilities such as better education, good health care, proper sanitation, comfortable housing, immense business opportunities and versatile ...

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Vertical Farming: Advantages and Disadvantages - Profolus

2019-9-3  Vertical farming tackles the issues mentioned above. This benefit translates further to more specific opportunities and benefits such as the promotion of sustainable or self-sufficient cities, encouragement of urban growth, and the delivery of fresh and

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