This project uses a collaborative and trans-disciplinary approach to assess the practice and sustainability potential of city-based food sharing economies
What policies, initiatives & ways of collaborating shape food sharing practices?
What food sharing occurs in 100 global cities?
What are the characteristics of food sharing across different cities?
What are the social, economic and environmental impacts of food sharing?
What will the future of food sharing in cities look like?
This project uses innovative social science and collaborative research methods to explore the practices and sustainability potential of food sharing within cities. The project runs until 2020 and involves a team of international researchers and a high-level advisory panel of global experts committed to exploring novel pathways for more sustainable futures. SHARECITY is funded by the European Research Council.
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