From production, through harvesting, processing, distributing and consuming, our food systems impact massively on our health and well-being.

Sustainable food systems are better for our health, our economy and this beautiful country we live in.

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Aotearoa Food Policy Network

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Toward a European Common Food Policy

The International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems (IPES-Food) are pathfinders, shining a light on the deficiencies of industrial food systems and lighting the path to sustainable food systems. Their latest publication Towards a Common Food Policy for the EU is the result of  3 years of collaboration that provides a compelling roadmap for Europe with … Continue reading Toward a European Common Food Policy

Fruit tree guardians case study

CASE STUDY 1.  Fruit Tree Guardians, Wellington City Council               08/02/2019 This case study gathers the learning so far from the Fruit Tree Guardians project. Improving access to fresh fruit by supporting people to grow fruit trees in public places. The opportunity – the problem, opportunity and response The Fruit Tree Guardian Programme was set … Continue reading Fruit tree guardians case study

Kiss the Ground – Carbon Clarity

First published on Tai Tokerau Climate Change Action. The Soil Story, created by Kiss the Ground outlines with absolute clarity how people have upset the carbon balance by burning fossil fuels and industrial agriculture. Kiss the Ground is a movement started in 2013. Its mission is “Inspiring participation in global regeneration, starting with soil”. The website’s … Continue reading Kiss the Ground – Carbon Clarity

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