The aim is to explore various aspects of creating a food system that is sustainable, equitable, and just for all considering the project Cities2030 setting, rooted in the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact (MUFPP), which is an international agreement on urban food policies signed by over 200 cities from all over the world. All-in-all, the white paper proposes to provide a roadmap for creating food systems via introducing a tentative concept (or model) of ethical CRFS, in particular via elucidation the current state of food systems. The present document outlines a set of ethical principles that should guide the development of food systems, such as sustainability,
equity, and social justice via typifying case studies (examples of cities or region, highlighting best practices and lessons learned; via outlining policy recommendations (incentivising sustainable agriculture practices, promoting food access in underserved areas, etc.). The White paper summarises key features of ethical CRFS and emphasises the importance of creating such systems for the health and well-being of communities and the planet.
Bruno Sales da Silva, P05 IAAD