Land use and agriculture have a significant share in greenhouse gas emissions and the rapid decline of biodiversity, and with that the endangered food security.
Not farmers in the first place, but the agro-industrial complex as a whole - we consumers included - are responsible for this huge and often underestimated problem.
In my newest post, I argue that city governments as intermediates have an important role to play in the solution of this problem, given the complex interactions between multiple actors,
You will have to wait a couple of weeks for the English version of my newest post. The Dutch version is available.