Building a Sustainable Food City: A Collective Approach

Emily O’Brien, Nicholas Nisbett
Volume 50 Issue 2
Published: 05 August 2019
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19088/1968-2019.121
Abstract:

Brighton – a city on the south coast of the UK with a vibrant food scene but also home to some entrenched inequalities – presents an excellent local case from which to explore some of the wider issues considered in this IDS Bulletin on the political economy of food. This article explores some of the issues facing the city and local food systems from the perspective of Brighton and Hove Food Partnership, a leading organisation behind the city’s food strategy, one of the first in the UK. Brighton’s experience shows how local organisations can put food at the centre of wider social issues and forge action plans that work across sectors to address the underlying inequities in food systems together. This should be of relevance not only to other cities in the UK, but others wanting to work at the heart of the food system in local contexts elsewhere.

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From Issue: Vol 50, No 2 (2019) | The Political Economy of Food