References, to go further on CITY food policies

2015

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To go further (cities’ cases histories)

Toronto:

Bristol:

New York City:

Copenhagen:

Paris:

  • Many initiatives are available on the website : www.acteursduparisdurable.fr/

  • simulator for carbon emissions calculation of menus. acteursduparisdurable.fr/sites/default/files/simulateur-carbone/

  • Synthèse Plan de développement de l’alimentation biologique dans les restaurants collectifs municipaux et départementaux, Ville de Paris, Février 2010

  • Synthèse Direction de la Propreté et de l’Eau, Mairie de Paris, février 2012. Programme local de prévention des déchets de Paris

  • Synthèse « Politique de l’offre alimentaire en Île-de-France » Diagnostic 2012, publication en mars 2013 -

  • Le Paris d’une alimentation durable dans la restauration collective, Edition 2012

  • Presentation of “La ferme de Paris”, dedicated to sustainable food production: equipement.paris.fr/ferme-de-paris-6597

  • Vers une restauration collective durable en Europe : le cas de Paris. www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UB-U0S_3A4

Rome:

Rennes:

Nuremberg:

Zaragoza:

Brussels:

Geneva:

Turin:

A glance on some projects and networks working around the thematics of city food policies: