Matthew Reed, Evy Mettepenningen, Paul Swagemakers, M. Dolores Dominguez Garcia, Ingrid Jahrl og Marlinde E. Koopmans
Through horizontal networking, being inspirational to other cities and citizens,communicating their demands and successes very clearly, urban food activists have raised significant questions about how cities are governed. Using the creation of localized identities, which are inclusive and embracing but rooted in their city, these food activists are looking to a future controlled by a democratic impulse rather than the technocracy of professional city managers. This paper uses a range of Weberian influenced theory to explore the topic of urban agriculture not as one simply about environmental performance but of the construction of new civic identities.
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