Edible Cities Network is a fully open, sustainable and constantly growing network of cities that are exploring sustainable methods of urban food production, distribution and consumption. Examples include urban farming, building-integrated agriculture, agroforestry, indoor and vertical farming, urban beekeeping, food surplus redistribution programmes, community kitchens, closed loop systems for sustainable resource management and urban food-related educational services.Back to top
The Hungry Cities Partnership (HCP) was created in 2015 and it brings together partners from across the Global South to collaboratively address the food security challenge of rapid urbanization in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean. By 2030 cities of the global South will absorb 95% of global urban growth, becoming home to 80% of the world’s urban population.
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