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The report ‘City Region Food System Governance – Guiding principles and lessons learned from case studies around the world’ is a harvest of insights from a wealth of case studies that focus on food system governance (in its broadest sense, or focusing specifically on food policy) in an urban context. These insights are complemented by key principles as formulated in guiding documents such as policy agendas and supporting frameworks that focus on urban food governance. Together, these insights come together in five guiding principles for city region food system (CRFS) governance. These guiding principles, together with a reflection on the findings from this endeavour, provide input for a knowledge agenda and future interventions that aim to contribute to more sustainable, resilient and equitable food systems in city regions around the world.
Roosendaal, L., Herens, M., de Roo, N., Stuiver, M., Pittore, K., Soma, K., & Hetterscheid, B. (2020). City region food system governance : guiding principles and lessons learned from case studies around the world. (Report / Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation; No. WCDI-20-118). Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation. https://doi.org/10.18174/526060