The Milan Pact (2015) triggers a field of practices and policies that promotes the transition towards sustainable urban and rural food strategies. A dialogue and interaction between different public and private civil society actors, it is necessary to have systemic changes in our systems and to make them sustainable, resilient, inclusive, responsible, diversified and competitive. In other words, innovative methods of participation that bind producers, citizens, scientists, consultants, officials and policy makers that lead to operational solutions are still missing. This paper presents some of these experiences of alternative food production and consumption networks, supported by sectoral, national and community policy tools. The goal is to find a field in which to jointly build policies and intervention tools. The urban-rural interaction should not to be postpone to the initiative of individual actors, but it should takes place within an institutional framework, thus accelerating those changes in the behaviors, both of producers and consumers, necessary to complete the transition towards new sustainable and fair food systems.
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