The final Food Trails Investors Living Lab will share Lab outcomes from the past year, and a draft Roadmap for Scaling Impact Investment in Urban Food Systems. The webinar will outline investor types, ways of assessing impact, and tools and strategies for mobilizing urban food system impact investment.
We will share insights from the draft Roadmap, and hear experiences from FoodSHIFT 2030’s Berlin Accelerator Lab, on their work with an Urban Food Hub, and their strategic approaches to set this up. We will also hear from the point of view of an impact investor.
Webinar host: Joe Robertson, Senior Advisor, Sustainable Finance, EAT.
Speaker: Karen Wohlert, leader of the Berlin FoodSHIFT2030 innovation hub. Karen runs the Baumhaus, an open socio-cultural project space for bottom-up sustainability solutions and the home of Berlin’s FoodSHIFT2030 innovation hub.
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The Food Trails Investors Living Lab brings together impact investment actors, including eleven European cities. The aim is to facilitate the discovery of targeted investment strategies that can shift urban food systems.
The Food Trails Investors Living Lab is addressing 8 themes. Insights linked to these themes will inform a sequenced, multi-sector Roadmap for Scaling Impact Investment in Urban Food Systems.
Click here for a calendar of previous meetings and notes from February 2022 to March 2023, with a summary ofoutcomes from each meeting and a Discussion Draft of the Roadmap for Scaling Impact Investment in Urban Food Systems.
The Lab has been an opportunity to participate in discussions and shape the impact investment environment surrounding urban food systems transformation. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.