The livelihood strategies provide us the chance to examine closely at how individuals interact with institutions and resources to create a way of life. Effective agricultural systems, particularly in quickly expanding cities in developing nations, may support and enable urban lives. However, housing developments are taken over lands that was once utilized for urban agriculture. Due to the flaws, I have found in the socio-economic impact processes surrounding fast urbanization, my interest in the livelihood strategies of intensive vegetable farmers has grown steadily. This book is intended to serve as a practical guide for scientific and administrative authorities in charge of policies and practices connected to ecological diversity and urban management. It deals with topics that span several disciplines.