This special issue comprises articles by social and environmental
scientists, most of whom participated in a working group on governance
models and policy contexts of the COST Action TD1106 Urban Agriculture
Europe during the period 2012–2016. All have a particular interest in the
potentialities of urban agriculture as mediated through civil society actors
to contribute to, shape, and transform urban policies in the intersecting
fields of land use and access; food and urban ecosystems; education and
environment; and history, heritage, and cultural practice. The collaborative,
interdisciplinary, and bottom-
up character of the contributions broadens and
deepens our knowledge of urban agricultural practice across Europe.
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