How are food consumption practices motivated by the desire to fight climate change and/or the desire to protect biodiversity and nature.
What is the best strategy to promote hybrid (plant-based + animal) products to consumers ?
A framework to identify roofs for food, water, and energy production is proposed. Agriculture can be implemented on 8% of roofs to produce tomatoes and lettuce. Service buildings and residential housing are more suitable for agriculture.
Consumers struggle to categorize cultured meat as it doesn't fit the "meat" nor "meat substitute" categories.
Contributing to SDGs 2, 12 and 13, this article provides an overview of the sustainability motives consumers have for selecting their food.
Hybrid (meat + plant-based) products can be a good way to decrease our food system environmental impact.
Transport is a major contributor to carbon emissions causing climate change. This paper explores how to achieve more sustainable land use and transport systems through using accessibility instruments for planning.
UK mechanisms touching on sustainable development are generally based on, and have as their over-arching objective, some variation of the so-called “Brundtland definition”. These mechanisms also widely reference the three interconnected ‘pillars’ of sustainable development, also known as the ‘triple bottom line’ of sustainable development. The UK approach has a bearing on all SDGs and in particular, SDGs 9, 10 and 13.
National food composition databases are essential for public health nutrition. A constant effort is needed to keep them up-to-date and of good quality.