Developing a sustainable food security program for an urban coastal city, Navotas City, Metro Manila
College of Science
DLSU Research Congress 2014
Urban coastal cities are most vulnerable to the impacts brought about by climate change. However, very little attention had been given to the role of coastal cities to the achievement of food security in urban centers in the vicinity of the sea coast. The proposed project looked into developing a sustainable food security program for urban coastal cities designed to mitigate the impacts brought about by climate change to food availability, access, utilization and stability and how these affects food security. Data from literature reviews and agency reports were validated by key informant interviews and focus group discussions.
Carandang, J. R., Flores, M. C., & Carandang, J. L. (2014). Developing a sustainable food security program for an urban coastal city, Navotas City, Metro Manila. DLSU Research Congress 2014 Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/faculty_research/5222
Food security—Climatic factors—Philippines—Navotas City