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Articles of Marijke Dijkshoorn
By Marijke Dijkshoorn
Marijke Dijkshoorn-Dekker is a senior researcher at Wageningen Economic Research with extensive experience in programme, project and process management in the field of agriculture, food and greenery in an urban and rural environment. She supports stakeholders in making integral considerations in the field of rural and urban sustainability issues. Within the framework of metropolitan solutions, she currently carries out a series of projects on urban and rural transitions towards more (bottom-up) involvement of stakeholders. In this, make use of a multi-stakeholder approaches, scenario analysis, monitoring and evaluation methodology, multilevel governance, social innovation.
This is part 16 of a blog series on food systems. This article was written by Bram Bos, Boelie Elzen, Vincent Linderhof and Marijke Dijkshoorn. Food systems worldwide, especially those in low- and middle-income countries, need to be transformed for various reasons. The UN’s second Sustainable Development Goal states that societies have…