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The governance of food systems is changing. Where once food supply was a matter of top-down planning for national governments, often heavily influenced by market forces, today food systems governance at all levels – from the international to the local – is shifting to more participatory and inclusive forms. In this issue of Urban Agriculture Magazine, we explore the experiences of Food Policy Councils and similar entities, with a particular focus on their approach to inclusiveness, documented impacts, and challenges faced.

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Description:The governance of food systems is changing. Where once food supply was a matter of top-down planning for national governments, often heavily influenced by market forces, today food systems governance at all levels – from the international to the local – is shifting to more participatory and inclusive forms. In this issue of Urban Agriculture Magazine, we explore the experiences of Food Policy Councils and similar entities, with a particular focus on their approach to inclusiveness, documented impacts, and challenges faced.

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