The current global food system is a major cause of climate emissions, biodiversity loss and social issues globally.
Science-based views promote transition into more local food systems, where:
In short, local food production, distribution, and nutrient recycling after consumption is key in achieving food system sustainability as well as self-sufficiency.
The Food SystemiCity programme facilitates:
Food SystemiCity connects companies in the built environment sector, startups, primary producers, research teams and city actors.
We are looking for parties who have the know-how and interest in co-creating new solutions that will enable food to be produced, distributed and consumed in the future in a more sustainable, self-sufficient and socially stimulating manners in the urban, built environment and with novel linkages to local primary producers.
The industries the programme connects together are:
Are you interested? Contact us or come to the launch event in Autumn 2023 (date to be published in June).
Food SystemiCity programme started on 1.3.2023 and ends on 31.12.2025.