2017
DOI: 10.1080/21683565.2017.1325432 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Making use of Life Cycle Thinking, the Metropolitan Foodscape Planner (MFP) tool provides ecological footprint maps and supply/demand data showing a large potential for metropolitan food supplies. In the discussion, we examine these results in the light of recent research on the impacts of the prevailing global trade agro-food systems for the impact areas land use change, competition for space, biodiversity, and climate change, paying special attention to the Dutch approach toward global agro-food-chains. Fina… Show more

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“…Previous research focused on using MFP to quantitatively determine the land footprint of human food consumption in metropolitan areas. Wascher and Jeurissen (2017) utilized an earlier version of MFP to determine the land footprint of the Antwerp-Rotterdam-Düsseldorf region, demonstrating that regional food supply does not depend on existing agricultural land use. compared the land footprints of Berlin, London, Milano and Rotterdam by means of a demandsupply analysis.…”
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“…Previous research focused on using MFP to quantitatively determine the land footprint of human food consumption in metropolitan areas. Wascher and Jeurissen (2017) utilized an earlier version of MFP to determine the land footprint of the Antwerp-Rotterdam-Düsseldorf region, demonstrating that regional food supply does not depend on existing agricultural land use. compared the land footprints of Berlin, London, Milano and Rotterdam by means of a demandsupply analysis.…”
Section: Reducing Land Footprint By Shifting Diets In the Cph City-re...mentioning
“…In several cities, the migration of fundamental economic activities towards peripheral regions is a complex challenge for authorities, urban planners, urban designers and scholars. The concept of urban area or territorial urbanization, which is a regular urban problem, was created in 1902 by Wells who explained that the words 'city' or 'town' were outdated because of the advancement of interacting facilities in the time due to railways, roads and telegraphs as well as the telephone network that was expected to incorporate, in a functional cohesion, the urban nuclei of large regions [30].…”
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“…The semi-interquartile range is 0.5. Wascher and Jeurissen [30] discussed the purpose of Life Cycle Thinking, the metropolitan Foodscape Planner (MFP) instrument that offers ecological step maps and supply or demand information, therefore displaying huge potential for metropolitan food supplies. The predominant worldwide trade agro-food arrangements, regions land use shift, competition for space and so forth were paying particular interest to the Dutch technique into international agro-foodchains.…”
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“…In some countries in North America and Europe, optimizing local production around urban areas to maximize food self-sufficiency has already been integrated into policies as a potential way to reduce GHG emissions and to improve food autonomy [21,22]. A growing number of studies has conducted assessments of food supply-demand balance [23,24] or food self-sufficiency capacity [21,22,25,26] in metropolitan areas across broad food categories (grains, vegetables, fruit, meat, etc.). Another motive for research on food self-sufficiency is rooted in the concern for food supply in natural disasters or extreme weather events when distant food supply is impossible, and the research interest is specifically on nutritional self-sufficiency with a focus on fresh vegetables and fruit [27,28].…”
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