2s3: DARTS: modelling the resilience of food systems in a globalised world
In order to achieve SDG2 (Zero hunger) food systems should be resilient against shocks. Food systems resilience is supported by a wide variety of food systems properties at all levels of the food system. Here, we have identified four important properties that support food systems resilience:
â€¢ Agency (which actions agents can take within their role),
â€¢ Buffering: how much reserves agents can keep,
â€¢ Connectivity: regional & international trade and
â€¢ Diversity: different roles of agents (producing, trading, consuming), differentiation within roles (urban/rural, rich/poor, regional/international orientation). Furthermore regions can differ in productivity and distribution of agent roles.
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