Supurb Food Project - Vigo City Overview

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Supurb Food Project - Vigo City Overview

  1. 1. 1.3.0CCRI | ReedCity RegionReport OverviewDr Matt ReedOn behalf of the CCRI teamVigo June 2013#supurbFriday, 21 June 13
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. diversityFriday, 21 June 13
  5. 5. DUBLINUNITEDKINGDOMLONDONPORTUGALLISBONSPAINMADRIDFRANCEPARISROMEITALYBELGIUMBRUSSELSNETHERLANDAMSTERDAMBERLINDENMARKCOPENHAGENNORWAYOSLOSWEDENSTOCKHOLMFINLANDHELSINKIESTONIATALLINNRUSSIAMOSCOWRIGA LATVIAVILNIUSLITHUANIARUSSIPOLANDWARSAWBELARUSMINSKUKRAINEKIEVMOLDOVACHISINAUBUCHARESTROMANIASWITZERLANBERNAUSTRIVIENNASLOVAKIABRATISLAVPRAGUEBUDAPESTANKARATURKEYBULGARISOFIAATHENSGREECEALBANIATIRANASARAJEVOZAGREBSERBIABELGRADEMACEDONISKOPJEKOSOVOPRISTINAYEREGEORGIAARMENTBILISIThe SUPURB City RegionsBristolGhentRigaRomeRotterdamVigoZurichFriday, 21 June 13
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. shoppingFriday, 21 June 13
  8. 8. common themes• importance of the multipleretailers• consumption seen as ameaningful civic action• importance of food onlypartially recognized in policyFresh!Friday, 21 June 13
  9. 9. multi-funtionalland useFriday, 21 June 13
  10. 10. • availability of land?• integration of commercial farming• complexity of regulations• development pressures• food as a theme hard to integratecommon themesFriday, 21 June 13
  11. 11. nutrient recycling7%8%26287691Friday, 21 June 13
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. shortening food chainsFriday, 21 June 13
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. ActivistsFriday, 21 June 13
  16. 16. 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
  17. 17. opportunities,blockagesUNITEDKINGDOMLISBONSPAIN ROMEITALYBELGIUMNETHERLANDSLATVIASWITZERLANDATHENSFriday, 21 June 13
  18. 18. 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
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. ‘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
  21. 21. shared absences• integration of migrants and ethnicminorities• evidence based arguments for regional food• changing capabilities of the state• impacts of globalizationFriday, 21 June 13
  22. 22. 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
  23. 23. Friday, 21 June 13
  24. 24. 1.3.0CCRI | Reedwww.supurb.euwww.ccri.ac.ukFriday, 21 June 13

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