Call for local partners on Sustainable Food
This experiment stream will accelerate transformations towards more just and sustainable food systems. We will empower local initiatives to foster transformative change. Together we will explore the local context, identify key food system players and organise a series of meetings during which we develop an action agenda. SHARED GREEN DEAL partners will support you in learning about and applying transition governance methods.
Learn more below or begin applying here.
What could you receive funding to do?
- Recruit 5-10 local food system change makers.
- Host and facilitate 4 meetings with a focus on:
- Meeting 1: Co-creative shared problem structuring, descriptions of needs and barriers for local food system transition, ideas for future alternatives.
- Meeting 2: Approving and prioritising the problems, needs and ideas collected in Meeting 1. In addition, participants will co-create a shared future vision of a sustainable and healthy local food system.
- Meeting 3: Presenting a synthesis of future narratives and principles of sustainable, healthy food systems. Identifying a set of context specific actions and activating engagements to experiment with solutions for accelerating food system transitions. Designing concrete pilot actions and identifying requirements for their implementation.
- Meeting 4: Focus on identifying key learnings, lessons learned and recommendations (a fully online meeting across the 4 local social experiments that will be selected within the current call).
Please note that concerning the target group there is an aim to engage young participants in the network of local food system change makers so that one third of the network members are young participants (age 18 - 35).
To see the full list of actions, please consult the 'Guidelines and FAQ' document'.
To be eligible for this SHARED GREEN DEAL Grant, applicants must:
- Be located in the EU or countries associated with H2020 (note: this includes the UK for this call)
- Be either:
- A local or regional authority (including municipalities, cities, towns, villages)
- A not-for-profit organisation (e.g. NGOs, civil society organisations, municipal companies, local energy agencies, associations etc).
For further details please contact co-leads Professor Chris Foulds (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Professor Rosie Robison (email@example.com).
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 101036640. The sole responsibility for the content of this website lies with the SHARED GREEN DEAL HAS project and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union.