CoFarm4Cities: Creating a sustainable model for urban fringe farming in Central Europe as an effective tool to prevent urban sprawl and to transition to a more sustainable food system and society
The rapid expansion of cities increasingly causes land use conflicts. Green areas are declining while citizens demand more community gardens and cultivable spaces. This calls for a new approach on urban land use, which the CoFarm4Cities project delivers. The partnership develops climate-friendly, nature-based solutions that increase urban resilience to climate change. They design and pilot a replicable model for profitable urban farming with key stakeholders in five cities.
of the Budget is funded by ERDF
Budapest III. District Óbuda-Békásmegyer Municipality
Department for preparation and implementation international and regional projects
10 000 Zagreb
Innovation and EU funds department
Municipal Greenspace Authority
Department for Environmental Protection – Section for Rural Development
Environmental Engineering and Natural Sciences Institute of the Rejtő Sándor Faculty of Light Industry and Environmental Engineering
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