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    • 1.3.0CCRI | ReedCity RegionReport OverviewDr Matt ReedOn behalf of the CCRI teamVigo June 2013#supurbFriday, 21 June 13
    • 1.3.0Outline•aims of wp2•diversity & shopping•multi-functional landuse•nutrient recyling•shortening food chains•activists•opportunities &blockages•acceleratorsGraffiti by Banksy - Bristol City CentreFriday, 21 June 13
    • aims of wp2• Systematic review of 3 main areas ofsupurbfood in each city region• Focus on understanding the dynamics ofgovernance• interviews, documentary review, socialmedia analysis and stakeholder workshops• Blockages, opportunities, priorities and bestpracticeFriday, 21 June 13
    • diversityFriday, 21 June 13
    • DUBLINUNITEDKINGDOMLONDONPORTUGALLISBONSPAINMADRIDFRANCEPARISROMEITALYBELGIUMBRUSSELSNETHERLANDAMSTERDAMBERLINDENMARKCOPENHAGENNORWAYOSLOSWEDENSTOCKHOLMFINLANDHELSINKIESTONIATALLINNRUSSIAMOSCOWRIGA LATVIAVILNIUSLITHUANIARUSSIPOLANDWARSAWBELARUSMINSKUKRAINEKIEVMOLDOVACHISINAUBUCHARESTROMANIASWITZERLANBERNAUSTRIVIENNASLOVAKIABRATISLAVPRAGUEBUDAPESTANKARATURKEYBULGARISOFIAATHENSGREECEALBANIATIRANASARAJEVOZAGREBSERBIABELGRADEMACEDONISKOPJEKOSOVOPRISTINAYEREGEORGIAARMENTBILISIThe SUPURB City RegionsBristolGhentRigaRomeRotterdamVigoZurichFriday, 21 June 13
    • diversity of europe• geographic - landscapes, climates -• governance styles and histories -• very local specifics hard to ignore• importance of agriculture -• shopping habits -• global flows - influentialFriday, 21 June 13
    • shoppingFriday, 21 June 13
    • common themes• importance of the multipleretailers• consumption seen as ameaningful civic action• importance of food onlypartially recognized in policyFresh!Friday, 21 June 13
    • multi-funtionalland useFriday, 21 June 13
    • • availability of land?• integration of commercial farming• complexity of regulations• development pressures• food as a theme hard to integratecommon themesFriday, 21 June 13
    • nutrient recycling7%8%26287691Friday, 21 June 13
    • common themes• technocratic approach• energy capture + composting• regulated markets• technological solutions• little participation• based on continued wastefulness?• catalytic role of the EU directive7%8%26287691Friday, 21 June 13
    • shortening food chainsFriday, 21 June 13
    • common themes• lack of co-ordination - producers/consumers• example canteens for elderly & children• agreed definition of sustainability• imagination and energy• importance of the ‘local’ (local = good)Friday, 21 June 13
    • ActivistsFriday, 21 June 13
    • activists• voluntary engagement• sustainability focus - (social, environmentaland local economic)• development of local knowledge• innovative organisations and forms ofengagement• common social status and backgroundFriday, 21 June 13
    • opportunities,blockagesUNITEDKINGDOMLISBONSPAIN ROMEITALYBELGIUMNETHERLANDSLATVIASWITZERLANDATHENSFriday, 21 June 13
    • common opportunities• CSA’s and box schemes• direct sales by professional farmers• social, care and therapeutic farms(horticulture)• buying groups by consumers• self-provisioning by households - responseto the economic crisis + traditionFriday, 21 June 13
    • complex government• layers - local, national, regional, EU• EU - procurement directives• national-regional-local - spatial planning• local administration of rules - flexible?• lack of party political salienceFriday, 21 June 13
    • ‘quick’ wins• all allotments organic• temporary growing on brownfield sites• vegetarian days in canteens• the edible city• city report on food supply• the corner shop• local and/organic in public kitchensFriday, 21 June 13
    • shared absences• integration of migrants and ethnicminorities• evidence based arguments for regional food• changing capabilities of the state• impacts of globalizationFriday, 21 June 13
    • accelerators• no step changes identified• speed of change necessary?• EU waste directive vs EUprocurement regulations• elite discussions not linkedto city region levelFriday, 21 June 13
    • Friday, 21 June 13
    • 1.3.0CCRI | Reedwww.supurb.euwww.ccri.ac.ukFriday, 21 June 13