Costa Rica’s journey towards sustainable food systems. The processes and practices that made a difference

L.C. Roosendaal, J.H. Brouwer, P. Garcia-Campos, F. Prado-Rivera

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Abstract

Governments and other food system actors from the private sector, civil society, research and education institutions are being called upon to work together to enhance the sustainability, resilience and inclusiveness of food systems. The analysis presented in this case study provides an insight into the process and direction of food system transformation, and the key capabilities required. It portrays the interplay of different internal and external dynamics combined with the capacity of food system actors to connect, forge alliances and commit to specific actions that has enabled Costa Rica to move towards a more sustainable food system. As a result, the sustainability debate has increasingly opened up, moving from a focus on environmental sustainability in food production towards a broader discussion encompassing nutrition and health.

Last updated 24/08/2021
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationRome, Italy
PublisherFAO
Number of pages49
ISBN (Electronic)9789251347850
ISBN (Print)9789251347850
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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