publication . Bachelor thesis . 2016

Assessing resilience of agricultural system of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Rashid, Farhana;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Publisher: KTH, Miljöstrategisk analys (fms)
  • Country: Sweden
Due to rapid urbanization agricultural lands in metropolitan areas are shrinking.  As a result our cities are getting more dependent on distant places for food, which is making the food system vulnerable. In the context of rapid urbanization and climate change a resilient agricultural system of Dhaka could be one of the key to ensure a sustainable future. To investigatethe impact of urbanization and climate change on the resilience of the agricultural system of Dhaka a resilience assessment of agricultural system of Dhaka has been done. The study followed the resilience assessment wordbook for practitioner as method of assessment. As methods to collect and analy...
free text keywords: urbanization; resilience; agricultural land; sustainability; Dhaka; Bangladesh
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