Urban Intersections: Food Security, Water, and Climate Change

The USAID-funded, ICMA CityLinks program partnered with the RUAF Foundation-International Network on Urban Agriculture and Food Security to present a two-part webinar series illustrating local government responses to the interlinked sectors of climate change, food security, and water. The series explored examples from Nashik, India; Rosario, Argentina; New York City, New York; and Toronto, Canada preceded by an overview from UN Habitat and GIZ-German Development Corporation. This paper comes as a companion to this series by summarizing the presentations and discussions generated by the webinar. It concludes with some concrete recommendations to bilateral donors, sub-national governments, and support organizations to integrate the pioneering experiences of these cities in their own programs and policies.


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