Sustainable food citiesDr. ir. M. Stuiver, Wageningen, Netherlands
World food production Strong increase in world population Enormous increase in demand for food               Double in the...
Worldwide Food Challenges  Food security  Food quality and health  Competing claims  Environmental impact                 ...
Food and thecitiesChallenges are metin the cities
Urban ruraldivideUrban consumes,Rural produces?
FoodControversyFood risks,Competing claims
The way out?DifferentInnovationsNetworksParadigms
Agri industrial versus territorial paradigmGlobal food for global    Local food for local  consumers               consumers
Agro industrial paradigmResearch andDevelopmentTechnology driven
Territorial paradigmEcology drivenLocal networks
Wageningen: both paradigms
Agro industrial paradigm          Food Valley:          Public Private Partnerships            Wageningen               area
Businesses going toGreen FoodSeptember 30, 2010Comprehensive sustainabilitystrategy for Friesland Campinadairy farmers in ...
Territorial paradigm
Bottom up cooperation
Old and new maps of local production
Local production in 1880 and 2011
David vs Goliath?
Who solves the worldfood problem?Can Slow Food Feed theWorld?By Bryan WalshThe Slow Food movement isgrappling with critics...
Cooperation?
Marian Stuiver - Soluções Inovadoras para o desenvolvimento de cidades_CICI2011
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Marian Stuiver - Soluções Inovadoras para o desenvolvimento de cidades_CICI2011

  1. 1. Sustainable food citiesDr. ir. M. Stuiver, Wageningen, Netherlands
  2. 2. World food production Strong increase in world population Enormous increase in demand for food Double in the coming decades!!
  3. 3. Worldwide Food Challenges Food security Food quality and health Competing claims Environmental impact Sustainability
  4. 4. Food and thecitiesChallenges are metin the cities
  5. 5. Urban ruraldivideUrban consumes,Rural produces?
  6. 6. FoodControversyFood risks,Competing claims
  7. 7. The way out?DifferentInnovationsNetworksParadigms
  8. 8. Agri industrial versus territorial paradigmGlobal food for global Local food for local consumers consumers
  9. 9. Agro industrial paradigmResearch andDevelopmentTechnology driven
  10. 10. Territorial paradigmEcology drivenLocal networks
  11. 11. Wageningen: both paradigms
  12. 12. Agro industrial paradigm Food Valley: Public Private Partnerships Wageningen area
  13. 13. Businesses going toGreen FoodSeptember 30, 2010Comprehensive sustainabilitystrategy for Friesland Campinadairy farmers in the pipelineSocially responsible soySoy forms a small part of cow feed.FrieslandCampina has adopted activepolicies to contribute to sociallyresponsible soy production and makingthe soy chain sustainable.
  14. 14. Territorial paradigm
  15. 15. Bottom up cooperation
  16. 16. Old and new maps of local production
  17. 17. Local production in 1880 and 2011
  18. 18. David vs Goliath?
  19. 19. Who solves the worldfood problem?Can Slow Food Feed theWorld?By Bryan WalshThe Slow Food movement isgrappling with criticscontention that such methodscannot meet the needs ofgrowing numbers of hungrypeople in poor nations.
  20. 20. Cooperation?

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