2020 Consolidation Phase
Mistra Urban Futures was formed in 2010 as a 10-years programme and centre for knowledge and research on sustainable urban development, funded by Mistra, Sida and a Gothenburg Consortium. The Centre brought together academics, professionals and other stakeholders to co-produce new knowledge and contributions towards urban transitions to more sustainable paths for development. Funded by Sida, a one-year consolidation phase until 31 March 2021 will make some of the most relevant outcomes and findings more accessible through digital events and new publications.
Mistra Urban Futures Projects
- Urban Dynamics of Food Loss and Waste: Challenges and Opportunities for Improving Food Security in Kisumu, Kenya
Opiyo, P.O., Agong, S.G., Awuor, F.A. and Gilani, M. Urban Dynamics of Food Loss and Waste: Challenges and Opportunities for Improving Food Security in Kisumu, Kenya. Journal of Food Security. 2021; 9(1):1-7. doi: 10.12691/jfs
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