From 02 November 2020 to 27 November 2020
Discover how circular business models transform urban food systems to tackle grand challenges through innovative solutions.
In a scenario where the world’s population will reach 9 billion people in 2050, with almost 70% of them concentrated in urban areas and requiring three times more resources than we currently use, the traditional “linear economy” is no longer suitable. On this course, you’ll discover how to design and build circular food systems for resilient, smart and sustainable cities. You’ll explore the catalytic role of cities to foster healthy and inclusive food policies, adopting systems thinking, institutional innovation, and participatory approaches in order to fulfill the 2030 SDGs.
You’ll explore how we can foster the development of healthy and inclusive food systems policies in city-regions, where systems thinking, institutional innovation, and participatory planning are at the core.