Global Policy Submittal Form Policy Submittal Form for Global Database on Local Food Policies Policy Title*Provide the official title or name of the local/regional policy (e.g. Local Food Procurement Guidelines, Local Law 50). Year*Provide the year in which the policy adopted or passed.Language*Identify the language in which the text of the policy was written by selecting one of the choices in the menu. If the language is not listed, select "other" and specify in the additional box.-- select a Language --dutchenglishotherportuguesespanish"Other" LanguageIf the language is not listed above, specify here.Food System Sector*Select the food system sector addressed by the policy. You may choose multiple sectors, if applicable. food acquisition, preparation and consumption food and organic waste management food processing and manufacturing food production food retail food wholesale and distribution Policy Type*Select the type of policy from the menu below.-- select a Policy Type --funding appropriationlegislation and regulationsnon-binding policiesphysical or capital infrastructureplansKeywordsSelect a few keywords that best describe the policy. Select between 5-12 keywords. If a keyword is not listed, select "other" and specify in the additional box.adaptive reuseagribusinessagricultureanimal healthanimal nuisanceanimal wasteanimal welfareaquacultureartisanalback yard gardeningbackyard gardeningbeveragesbutchersbuy localcapacity buildingchildrencitizen participationcommercial agriculturecommercial developmentcommunitycommunity food systemcommunity gardencommunity gardenscommunity organizationcommunity supported agriculturecompostconsumer educationconsumer supported agricultureconsumptioncooperativecowscredit accesscross contaminationcultivation practicesdairy productiondairy productsdata collectiondecreedesignated agriculture areadisease managementdistributioneconomic developmenteducationemploymentenvironmentenvironmental healthenvironmental protectionequitableevaluationexportfarmer cooperativefarmers marketsfarmland preservationfertilizerfinancefiscal incentivefishfisheriesfishing activitiesfood accessfood behaviorfood donationfood gardensfood infrastructurefood insecurityfood policy councilfood processingfood productionfood recoveryfood rightsfood safetyfood securityforeign marketsfront yard gardeningfundinggarden infrastructuregardensgender inclusiongrantgrazinggreen developmentgreen infrastructuregreen spacegreen spacesgrown localhealthhealth equityhealthy goodhorticulturehunger reductionhygieneinclusive governanceincome generationinformationinnovationinspectionintergovernmental collaborationjob creationjob opportunitiesland accessland bankland tenureland uselicenseslivestocklocal foodlocal food economylocal processinglocal productionlocally owned businesseslow-income housingmalnutritionmanuremarketingmarketsmeatmicroenterprisemulti-level governancemunicipal urban agriculturenuisancenutritionnutritional mealsordinanceorganic agricultureorganic certificationorganic waste collection systemsotherparksperishable foodperiurban agriculturepermitspest managementpesticidesphysical infrastructurepollutionpovertypoverty reductionprivate landprivate-public partnershipproceduresproperty taxproperty tax waiverpublic healthpublic servicespublic spaceregional food hubregulationresearchrevitalizationrisk managementsanitationseafoodshort food chainslaughterhousesmall to medium enterprise (SME)social inclusionsocial integrationsocial networksstakeholdersstart up supportsteering committeestrategic plansubsistence farmingsupervisionsupply chainsustainabilitysustainable agriculturesustainable developmenttakingtax incentivestechnical assistancetechnical assistance servicestemporary land use agreementtransfer of development rightsunemploymentuniversity partnershipsurban agricultureurban developmentvacant landvacant lotvacant lotsvacant spacesvery poorvolunteersvulnerable groupswaste managementwaste preventionwaste recyclingwastewaterwater accesswater rightszoningzoning codes"Other" KeywordsIf a keyword is not listed above, specify here.Country*Identify the country in which the jurisdiction which adopted or passed the policy is located. Choose from the menu. If the country is not listed, select "other" and specify in the additional box.-- select a Country --argentinabelgiumbrazilitalykenyaotherperusouth africaugandazimbabwe"Other" CountryIf the country is not listed above, specify here.State (sub-national area)Provide the name of the state (or, sub-national area) in which the jurisdiction adopting the policy is located. District or CountyProvide the name of the district or county within which the jurisdiction that passed this policy is located (if applicable).City/Town/Village/Municipality/Other local governmentProvide the name of the local government jurisdiction for which the policy was adopted or passed. Level of Government*Select all that apply. If the level of government is not listed, select other and input into the additional box. city county district metropolitan area municipality other province region state (sub-national) town village "Other" Level of GovernmentIf the level of government is not listed above, specify here.Population*Provide the most recent population estimate for the jurisdiction, and the year of data. (Separate information with a semi-colon; for example, Population 200000; 2010) Population Range-- select a populations range --1 million - 4.99 million20 million and larger20,000 to 49,999250,000 to 999,9995 million - 19.9 million5,000 to 19,99950,000 to 249,999Less than 5,000Level of urbanizationSelect all that apply. peri-urban rural urban Adopting Government Entity(s)*List the name of the government entity that officially adopted the policy (e.g. Accra Metropolitan District). If multiple entities were involved in adopting the policy, list all; separate multiple entities with a semi-colon.Lead Implementing Entity(s)List the name(s) of the government or non-government entities responsible for implementing/enforcing the policy. Separate multiple entities with a comma.Supporting Entity(s)List the name(s) of the government or non-governmental entities responsible for supporting the lead entity or entities in the implementation/enforcement of the policy. Separate multiple entries with a comma.Funding AmountEnter the amount of funds required for the development and/or implementation of the policy (if available or relevant). Specify currency, please. Funding SourcesList the government and non-governmental entities that provided funding for the development or implementation of the policy. Separate multiple entities with a comma.Policy OutcomeList or summarize the major outcome(s) of the policy. Separate mutiple outcomes with a semi-colon.PDF of Policy Document (Original)Upload a PDF version of the policy in its original language. Files are restricted to 48 MB. If the policy document is larger than 48 MB, email to: firstname.lastname@example.orgPDF of Policy Document (English Translation)If a policy is in a language other than English, please upload a PDF version of the English translation. Files are restricted to 48 MB. If the policy document is larger than 48 MB, email to: email@example.comLink to Policy DocumentEnter the full link to the adopted policy document, including http://. For example, this could be a PDF of a policy.Link to Additional InformationIf additional information about the policy is available online, provide the full weblink. Link to Additional Information 2If additional information about the policy is available online, provide the full weblink. Contact Information for Policy SubmitterContact Name*Position Title*Affiliation / Organization / Government Entity*Email Address*Phone NumberPlease be sure to also include the country code.Alternate Policy Submittal via EmailIf you do not have sufficient information to utilize this form, you can submit a policy via email. Please email the Food Lab at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate the submission is for the Global Database. Indicate the following information: brief description of policy, name and location of adopting sub-national government, policy document (if available), and contact information for an individual who can answer additional questions about the policy.