For a long time, food production was considered beyond the sphere of competence of cities, mainly because food is normally produced outside the city limits. Now there is a growing recognition of the new role local authorities can play in the development of sustainable food systems.
URBACT is helping European cities find – and share – new ways to support children’s education for a better future.
Baena (ES) supports sustainable agriculture for a resilient city developement model close to its citizens’ needs, beyond mass production.
Marcelline Bonneau makes a case for changing habits, innovative incentives and the benefits of a circular economy.
Ania Rok, URBACT programme expert, takes a close look at URBACT's 5 most environmentally friendly networks.
Agri-food production can help with social inclusion says Miguel Sousa the Agri-Urban Lead Expert following the workshop held during URBACT City...