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.
Recent experience suggests that it is necessary to promote a transition towards regional food systems. FOOD CORRIDORS encourages the creation of a...
This Transfer network builds upon the "Management model of Urban gardens in Rome" Good Practice, in order to transfer to EU cities...
BioCanteens Transfer Network is about ensuring the distribution of sustainable school meals in participating cities as a key lever towards the...
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...