The EU FOOD 2030 Project Family’s Policy Brief “Long-term Living Lab Support towards Food System Transformation”
The Food2030 Project’s Family is thrilled to introduce its latest Policy Brief entitled “Long-term Living Lab Support towards Food System Transformation”, realized with the support of the European Commission’s Horizon Result Booster Service. To ensure the continued success of the Food System Living Labs (FSLL) beyond the lifespan of individual projects, the paper provides policymakers […]
The Food Trails policy brief on “Budgeting Urban Food Policies” offers insights into Milan’s experience, focusing on how the city has identified, managed and accounted for economic resources to scale up its urban food policy, going from 150K€ to 150M€ in 8 years.
Impact Investors Living Lab – Overview and Roadmap for Scaling Impact Investment in Urban Food Systems
The Investors Lab addressed 8 themes to explore insights on impact investing in urban food systems. Key findings from the Lab form a Roadmap for Scaling Impact Investment in Urban Food Systems. About the Lab Meetings and Webinars The Roadmap for Scaling Impact Investment in Urban Food Systems
The Food Trails policy brief on “The role of cities in shaping food environments, in the framework of the Eu Farm to Fork strategy”, brings views and approaches of European cities engaged in the transition of sustainable local food systems.
The document represents the D1.1 Report on MUFPP urban food policies. It fosters the understanding of innovations in the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact (MUFPP) cities, based on the database of the Milan Pact Awards of 159 urban food policy practices formally supported by mayors.
The document represents the D2.1 CRFS report related to FOOD 2030 and describes the main framework of reference for cities working on sustainable urban food systems: FOOD 2030, Sustainable Development Goals, Milan Urban Food Policy Pact, City Region Food System assessment, in relation to the effort of Food Trails cities.
Urban Food Matters: Understanding the new role of local authorities for Inclusive, resilient, safe and diverse food systems
Cities are perfectly placed to ensure a streamlined synergy between stakeholders that lead to innovative solutions for the food system and yields the best results. This report looks at the array of policy instruments cities use to collaborate in innovative solutions for a more sustainable food system.
D7.7 Leaflets, brochures, roll-ups, posters are the main communication materials of the Food Trails project.
D 7.6 Webpage
The first Eurocities Working Group Food meeting of 2021 was held online in March and it was the occasion to launch an innovative topic for the group, as well as to share a general update on the foreseen activities for the upcoming year.The meeting was attended by 76 officers from 46 cities from 14 countries, […]