Urban Agriculture 2020

2nd International Conference on Urban Agriculture and City Sustainability 2020

Valencia, Spain
29 September - 1 October 2020
19 days since the conference ended

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline
29th May 2020

About Urban Agriculture 2020

*Status Update* Please note that following the recent events on the Coronavirus pandemic and with the main objective to preserve the well being of our delegates, WIT has decided to postpone the conference. It was due to be held 12-14 May and will now be held 29 September-1 October 2020. *** The aim of the meeting is to review and discuss ways in which urban agriculture can contribute to achieve sustainable cities. As urban populations continue to increase it is essential to consider ways of reducing their impact in terms of use of natural resources, waste production and climate change.


Urban design and development, Urban agriculture, Urban sustainability

Call for Papers

The following list covers some of the topics to be presented at Urban Agriculture. Papers on other subjects related to the objectives of the conference are also welcome.

Development and planning

  • Urban metabolism
  • History of urban agriculture
  • Integrated urbanism
  • Sustainable land use
  • Urban and peri-urban enterprises
  • Green infrastructures and sustainable urbanism
  • CPULs - Continuous Productive Urban Landscapes
  • City food chains
  • Food sovereignty
  • Urban distribution and processing systems
  • Market gardens
  • Sustainable urban drainage
  • Water resources and irrigation systems
  • Sustainable food systems
  • Organic farming
  • Food security

Urban farms

  • Patchwork farms
  • Pop-up farms
  • Roof top farms
  • Green roofs
  • Vertical greening and farms
  • Hydroponics, aquaponics and aeroponics
  • Hydrogardens
  • Composting in cities
  • Allotment systems
  • Guerrilla gardening
  • Permaculture and agricultural forestry
  • Urban animal farms and bee-keeping
  • Greenhouses
  • Food networks

Socio-economic aspects

  • Community supported agriculture
  • Community cohesion and job creation
  • Community gardens
  • Communities as co-producers
  • School and young urban farmers
  • Education and training

Innovation and benefits

  • Closed loops systems
  • Transport and distribution
  • Waste food recovery and recycling
  • Renewable energy resources
  • Healthy cities
  • Care farming
  • Ecological water systems
  • Biofuel production in cities
  • Quality of streets and urban environment
  • Reduction of Urban Heat Island
  • Farm to fork
  • Eco-cities and eco-villaging
  • Show cities
  • Air pollution reductions
  • Organic farming

Case studies

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