Sustainable Food Planning Conference

Fashioning a sustainable food system is one of the most compelling challenges of the 21st Century.  Because of its multi-functional character, food is an ideal medium through which to design sustainable places, be they urban, rural or per-urban places.  For all these reasons, food planning is now bringing people together from a diverse range of backgrounds, including planners, policy-makers, politicians, designers, health professionals, environmentalists, farmers, food businesses, and civil society activists among many others.

 

The theme for the 8th annual conference of AESOP is Re-imagining sustainable food planning, building resourcefulness: Food movements, insurgent planning and heterodox economics. This conference will look look for contributions that valorise and bring to the fore the multiplicity of marginal, residual, heterodox or unheard experiences, policies, concepts and practices that are already creating new worlds in innovative and socially just ways, and/or bear the potential of becoming building blocks of sustainable food planning for a resourceful, agroecological, urbanism. It will also cover critical contributions that reflect on how current mainstream approaches to food production, food strategies and urban agriculture can be/are being radically transformed into tools for resourcefulness.

  

This conference will take place in Coventry, England. 

 

Learn more about the conference here. 

(Note that these dates are approximate. Final are to be confirmed in March.) 

 

 

 

Event Properties

Event Date 11/7/2017
Event End Date 11/8/2017
Individual Price Free
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