The new rurality and its economy, Agriculture, driver of a mutation of distribution modes and markets, valorization: 

The urbanization, the global metropolization that affects industrialized countries and emerging countries alike hold new forms of production and distribution of agricultural products. Intermediation/disintermediation, branches becoming shorter to enhance quality and proximity, or getting more complex, reorganized according to market openings or closings, weather events. Which forms of resilience can we think of collectively?
In this context, the role of Agriculture in the policies is significant since its impact is major in terms of urban planning and by the opportunity offered to empower local economies by implementing  agro-industrial activities offering new forms of no valorization (carbon, biomass, etc.).