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Record number 454902
Title CoP in focus : community of practice on metropolitan food clusters, resource use efficiency and climate adaptation
Author(s) Kranendonk, R.P.; Hoechstetter, S.; Castillo, A.; Smeets, P.J.A.M.; Mansfeld, M.J.M. van; Eetgerink, F.; Cserhaty, M.; Kalas, N.; Schneider, U.
Source Wageningen : Alterra, Wageningen-UR (Alterra-report 2497) - 80
Department(s) Alterra - Regional development and spatial use
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2014
Keyword(s) landbouw - landgebruik - broeikasgassen - kooldioxide - agroforestry - klimaatadaptatie - monitoring - landen van de europese unie - duitsland - intensieve veehouderij - de peel - agro-industriële ketens - agriculture - land use - greenhouse gases - carbon dioxide - climate adaptation - european union countries - germany - intensive livestock farming - agro-industrial chains
Categories Climatic Change / Agricultural Systems
Abstract This Pathfinder project develops a focused EU Community of Practice (CoP) on development of Agro food-clusters that focuses on innovation of high tech, large scale, industrialized and sustainable agriculture and food production for Metropoles. The Metropolitan food clusters significantly contribute to reduction of the carbon and water footprint of metropolitan areas. In the exchange of concepts, this CoP will work out the benefits for climate from MFC in real regional innovation trajectories, towards business cases. The focus will be on co creation in KENGi networks and applyimg the innovation pathways of MFC design.
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