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Report, 2011

Urban odling i Malmö

Delshammar, Tim


Urban gardening is now an issue of interest to many, including politicians, planners and grassroots activists, in the light of discussions on how we can construct sustainable cities. However, interest in urban gardening is not new, as various forms of food are grown in all Swedish urban areas and have been since the first cities were created. The question is simply what the cities of the future will contain. What role can urban gardening play in sustainable urban development? Is it possible to plan for future urban gardening and why should we do so? This report centres around urban gardening in the City of Malmö, but the discussion ranges beyond this to urban gardening in Swedish urban areas with an international outlook


urban odling; stadsodling; landskapsplanering

Published in

Stad & land (Alnarp. 1982)
2011, number: 181
ISBN: 978-91-576-9042-5
Publisher: Movium Partnerskap, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet

Authors' information

Delshammar, Tim
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Landscape Management, Design and Construction

UKÄ Subject classification

Landscape Architecture
Food Science

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