ISSN 2285-5785, ISSN CD-ROM 2285-5793, ISSN ONLINE 2285-5807, ISSN-L 2285-5785


Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LXIII, Issue 2
Written by Andrei SIMINEA

The zone of influence of Bucharest is over five counties, with predominantly rural combinations mixed with urban functionalities. The city capitalize dynamically from an economic point of view, there are unique opportunities for dissemination and application of technological, social and cultural ideas. Why agriculture in the city, because it encourages innovation, niche opportunities, but in the long run these activities can return to (have a high chance of returning to) the countryside. Urban trade domestic agricultural and food depends on municipal support. Regulations on land use, facilities, access to various resources and the "garbage" generated by the community through regulations and the security of urban spaces in the broadest sense are essential for harmonious development. If the current population remains indifferent to the realization of the current procedures, transformations and environmental conditions that will had an impact on the future daily life, of culture, art and the city identity. The national program for support and applicability in urban agriculture in Romania is the "Minimum Program" for tomatoes and garlic, the most visible. The national action plan on climate change provides for the sustainability of agriculture and the greening of as large a percentage as possible, by creating of groups, the practice of works for friendly agriculture, but also the creation of local parts under shared responsibility. Urban agriculture is a hidden field in Bucharest, for these activities, but also from gardening, the analysis associated with consumption, reduction of fossil fuel and water resources is necessary, with an increased attention on the practices and policies regarding urban food strategies in the context of intelligent development of common living spaces with social, cultural and ecological impact. Satellite images and multi- criteria analysis of spatial land use conflicts in the Bucharest area, allows the observation of major changes, for example the central area through the communist project "Civic Centre" is a major change in the dynamics of the locality. These methods are crucial in achieving current and future urban regulations. Green infrastructure in cities should also to include urban agronomic activities with unique challenges other than conventional agriculture.

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