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Bean there, done that: why we should eat more beans and legumes in general
The world needs more protein, but animal-based protein intake is by no means sustainable. Legumes are a good alternative to meat and thanks to their biological nitrogen fixation capacities, they also benefit the environment.More...
Locked-in or transition towards agri-food system sustainability: focus on crop diversification
More than 200 participants arrived at the first European Conference on Crop Diversification to Budapest on 18th to the 21st of September 2019.More...
NEW LEARNING JOURNEY: System thinking for food system sustainability
Are you concerned about climate change? Biodiversity loss? Inequality? Hunger and malnutrition?
Do you want to understand how all these issues are connected through our food system?
Do you want to learn practical tools and approaches that help to navigate the innate complexity of dynamic systems?More...
Re-localizing food governance one commitment at a time
This summer I was fortunate enough to be chosen to take part in the 7th Eating City Summer Campus on Food Governance. Each year the campus creates an opportunity for sharing, mutual learning, trust and network building and envisioning new solutions that can answer some of the complex challenges that our urban food systems are facing.More...
What competences are needed for the food system of the future?
After laying the foundations for designing successful co-creation projects in 2018, the Fit4Food Budapest community is up for a fruitful 2019. We kicked off the year together with community members from various parts of the local food system.More...
Potential leverage points & inspirational showcases for food system transformation
Based on the results of the previous sessions, during the September meeting of the Fit4Food Budapest Community we were looking for inspirational showcases and potential leverage points for change and transformation within the following three thematic areas:More...