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Edible Cities Network Integrating Edible City Solutions for social resilient and sustainably productive cities


International network established

Documented by an online platform going live.

Annual conference report

A short, four-page summary report highlighting key aspects of each annual conference. This report covers the annual conference 2019. Every 12th month a report is going to be delivered after the annual conference. Reports for the following annual meetings will be uploaded in the Zenodo community of EdiCitNet in open access:

Adapted TPM Method

The TPM method to develop transition pathways has been successfully adapted for the specific aims of EdiCitNet (creation of masterplans for the integration of ECSs in urban planning) and to the cultural, administrative and language needs of participating FCs and summarized in a report.

Guideline for participative impact monitoring

D5.2 Guideline for participatory impact monitoring (incl. citizen science)

Aggregated risk management matrix

An overview risk management matrix, collated from the risk management activities conducted in each city and including project-level risks, with indicators for monitoring risks and clearly assigned indicators

Prioritised Indicators and baseline – draft status

Prioritised Indicators and baseline – draft status. Introduction for the choice of the final indicators presented in D5.5.

Refinement of the plan for the exploitation of the project's results

Refinement of the plan for the exploitation of the project's results (link to D7.1)

D1.1 EdiCitNet governance approach and guidelines Report

Report detailing reviewing of the literature, methodology used and full description of governance model approach, including guidelines and instructions.

Local working groups established, functioning and communicating well in all cities

Documented by signed ToRs and meeting minutes collected from each city and collated into a dossier.

Kick-off meeting

Kick-Off meeting, opening speeches with AB Member and other guests.

Documentation of existing ECSs in FCs

Report with detailed documentation describing the already existing ECSs in the follower cities.

Institutional Context summary sheet

One brief 4-page report per city explaining local institutional context, barriers and enablers for integrating Edible City concepts into local planning and decision-making.

5 Implementation Project Plans

D 3.1 5 Implementation Project Plan (Month 4, 7, 10, 11, 15) In a cascade organised Workshops will end up in an Implementation Plan created with members of EdiCitNet City Teams

Stakeholder power/interest maps

Stakeholder power/interest maps to adjust plans for stakeholder and other participants

Risk Management Plan

Risk Management Plan

Report on 3BMC standard formats and intervention sets

Report on 3BMC standard formats and intervention sets: Co-develop EdiCitNet Business Model Canvas (+ updates).

Trained staff in each FC

With the help of the detailed manuals and the training sessions there will be staff in each FC who is able to organize and conduct a participatory process to create masterplans for the urban planning of ECSs. This will be documented via participation lists of workshops.

Public web site and online Community Platform

Public web site and online Community Platform launch

Concept for yearly ECS Forum, Conference and Summer School

In this deliverable partners have agreed on the formats to have in the project for the annual ECS forum, for the annual conferences and the summer schools. The actual events organised under these formats will be provisionally held in months 12,24,36,48 and 60

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State of the Art and Latest Advances in Exploring Business Models for Nature-Based Solutions

Author(s): Beatriz Mayor, Helen Toxopeus, Siobhan McQuaid, Edoardo Croci, Benedetta Lucchitta, Suhana E. Reddy, Aitziber Egusquiza, Monica A. Altamirano, Tamara Trumbic, Andreas Tuerk, Gemma García, Efrén Feliu, Cosima Malandrino, Joanne Schante, Anne Jensen, Elena López Gunn
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 13/13, 2021, Page(s) 7413, ISSN 2071-1050
DOI: 10.3390/su13137413

Tools for Edible Cities: A Review of Tools for Planning and Assessing Edible Nature-Based Solutions

Author(s): Eric Mino, Josep Pueyo-Ros, Mateja Škerjanec, Joana A. C. Castellar, André Viljoen, Darja Istenič, Nataša Atanasova, Katrin Bohn, Joaquim Comas
Published in: Water, Issue 13/17, 2021, Page(s) 2366, ISSN 2073-4441
DOI: 10.3390/w13172366

EdiCitNet Governance Approach and Guidelines Report (D1.1)

Author(s): Edwards, Ferne; Pachova, Nevelina,; Reddy, Suhana; Wachtel, Thomas; Säumel, Ina; Kosack, Lutz
Published in: 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3384412