This chapter presents the case of Milan as an example of Human Smart City referring to the urban agriculture experience. It discusses the process through which the Municipality of Milan has recently started investing in forms of urban agriculture as a way to enhance the active participation of citizens in the production of public goods and to promote unexpected solutions to unsolved urban problems. Urban agriculture in Milan, in this perspective, seems to provide an opportunity for reconciliation between the urban and nonurban realm in a densely built, urban environment and the possibility of introducing new approaches to public policies, urban planning included.
|Titolo:||Milan: Community Gardens as a Space for New Societal Assemblages and Learning on Public Goods|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||02.1 Contributo in Volume|
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