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The city of Rosario (Argentina) promotes urban and peri-urban agriculture and forestry as a
social, economic and climate c...
Temperatures recorded show that average temperatures in the urban garden parks or in
streets/squares with a large tree veg...
Productive use of flood zones benefits over 400 households and 100 unemployed
youth in home consumption and generating add...
Preservation of the peri-urban horticulture greenbelt around the city contributes to reducing food
transport related CO2 e...
A total of 6151 ha of land would be needed to produce sufficient potato, tomato, lettuce, carrots,
onions and pumpkin (the...
Local media reports on the successes of urban growers who are selling to local
hotels and restaurants which reduces transp...
The involvement of the subnational (provincial) governments is key to addressing
agriculture and land-use planning at larg...
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  1. 1. The city of Rosario (Argentina) promotes urban and peri-urban agriculture and forestry as a social, economic and climate change strategy.
  2. 2. Temperatures recorded show that average temperatures in the urban garden parks or in streets/squares with a large tree vegetation are lower than in the central built-up area by around 5°C. Rosario is now not only promoting urban forestry, but also the inclusion of urban agriculture gardens in new housing settlements.
  3. 3. Productive use of flood zones benefits over 400 households and 100 unemployed youth in home consumption and generating additional income.
  4. 4. Preservation of the peri-urban horticulture greenbelt around the city contributes to reducing food transport related CO2 emissions.
  5. 5. A total of 6151 ha of land would be needed to produce sufficient potato, tomato, lettuce, carrots, onions and pumpkin (the six most consumed vegetables) to satisfy local consumer demand in the greater Rosario region. Land use analysis illustrates that this entire 6151 ha of land can be found in the urban and peri-urban zone of Rosario ((image from background paper). In 2014, Rosario already doubled the peri-urban agricultural protection zone from 400-800 ha
  6. 6. Local media reports on the successes of urban growers who are selling to local hotels and restaurants which reduces transport costs and emissions.
  7. 7. The involvement of the subnational (provincial) governments is key to addressing agriculture and land-use planning at larger scale (outside municipal boundaries).

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