Publication Stakeholder Mapping for the Dutch Potato Industry


Climate change is expected to lead to increased occurrences of droughts, floods, and rising sea levels, which may result in soil and water salinisation, thereby affecting agricultural productivity and food and water security. To address this challenge, it will be necessary to adapt food systems by incorporating saline agricultural practices. One potential solution is the cultivation of salt-tolerant potato varieties, which have the potential to sustain global food security in areas affected by increasing salinisation. This report proposes a methodology for the process of stakeholder mapping for case studies of the (saline) food systems and applies it to the Dutch potato sector. This methodology can be transferred to other contexts and on other crops.

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