¿Cómo acceder a la tierra para producir alimentos orgánicos? Opciones de políticas de suelo en Torres Vedras, Portugal

Palabras clave: acceso a la tierra, políticas alimentarias, gobernanza alimentaria, autoridades locales, Portugal


La demanda de alimentos ecológicos en Portugal aumenta rápidamente debido a la voluntad de gobiernos locales de introducir este tipo de dieta en las comidas escolares. Argumentamos que la producción local es limitada por la ausencia de un enfoque multisectorial y multi-actor en relación con la tierra necesaria para producir alimentos locales y ecológicos. A partir de un mapeo de actores y de entrevistas semiestructuradas en Torres Vedras, concluimos que las políticas locales requieren un conjunto de instrumentos, a ajustar en función de las realidades locales, y que las autoridades locales tienen un papel clave como promotores del acceso a la tierra.


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Delgado, C. (2021). ¿Cómo acceder a la tierra para producir alimentos orgánicos? Opciones de políticas de suelo en Torres Vedras, Portugal. Ciudades, (24), 99-118. https://doi.org/10.24197/ciudades.24.2021.99-118