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CULTIVATE: CO-DESIGNING FOOD SHARING INNOVATION FOR RESILIENCE

Descripción del proyecto

Innovación en el intercambio de alimentos para respaldar sistemas alimentarios resilientes y sostenibles

El equipo del proyecto CULTIVATE, financiado con fondos europeos, respaldará una mayor sostenibilidad y resistencia en torno a la alimentación a través de una innovadora plataforma de innovación social en línea: la brújula de intercambio de alimentos. Diseñada con y para iniciativas de intercambio de alimentos (desde el intercambio de semillas y comedores sociales hasta la redistribución de excedentes alimentarios y el compostaje comunitario), responsables políticos, agentes del suministro alimentario, investigadores y ciudadanos, la plataforma permitirá navegar por paisajes sostenibles de intercambio de alimentos. Consta de cinco herramientas: la base de datos SHARECITY200 (cartografía, seguimiento y control de iniciativas), una calculadora de intercambio de alimentos (evaluación de costes, beneficios e impactos), un menú de buena gobernanza (opciones de políticas para facilitar el intercambio sostenible de alimentos), una biblioteca de participación ciudadana (catalogación de herramientas para ampliar la actividad de intercambio de alimentos) y una comunidad de prácticas para iniciativas de intercambio de alimentos sostenibles.

Objetivo

CULTIVATE uses a multi-actor approach to build sustainability and resilience in urban and peri-urban areas through a ground-breaking online social innovation support platform – The Food Sharing Compass. Built with and for five key stakeholder groups – food sharing initiatives, policy makers, food supply actors, researchers and citizens – the platform will make it possible to navigate diverse food sharing landscapes and cultures, in order to understand, develop, replicate, expand and strengthen sustainable food sharing in Europe, supporting the European Green Deal’s Action Plan, Food 2030, the Farm to Fork Strategy and the EU’s climate change ambitions. The open access Food Sharing Compass will comprise five innovative tools: The SHARECITY200 Database, an interactive automated mapping, tracking and monitoring database of food sharing initiatives that will add more than 100 new locations to the SHARECITY100 Database [https://sharecity.ie/research/sharecity100-database/]; The Food Sharing Calculator, which enables comprehensive and holistic assessment of the costs, benefits and impacts of food sharing for all stakeholders; The Menu of Good Governance, which provides options for developing policy making which facilitates sustainable food sharing; The Library of Citizen Engagement, which supports establishing, expanding and maintaining inclusive participation in sustainable food sharing; The sustainable food sharing Community of Practice, which will be established through a bespoke Amplification Programme to optimise the potential for mutual learning and exploitation of the Food Sharing Compass well beyond the project. In essence, CULTIVATE will establish the EU as the global frontrunner in the development of resilient and inclusive food sharing economies, identifying drivers and implementation gaps and challenging existing theories and practices which currently constrain sustainable food sharing.

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Coordinador

THE PROVOST, FELLOWS, FOUNDATION SCHOLARS & THE OTHER MEMBERS OF BOARD, OF THE COLLEGE OF THE HOLY & UNDIVIDED TRINITY OF QUEEN ELIZABETH NEAR DUBLIN
Aportación neta de la UEn
€ 2 053 646,25
Dirección
College green trinity college
D02 CX56 Dublin 2
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Región
Ireland Eastern and Midland Dublin
Tipo de actividad
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
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