Every mouthful counts: Unlocking a local good food revolution

The food system is responsible for a third of the UK's emissions and is the leading cause of biodiversity loss. This needs to change. Local authorities in the UK spend over £70bn on procurement each year and manage up to 1.3 million acres of land collectively. They have a significant role to play in reversing Britain's broken food system.

In this exciting webinar, Food for the Planet shares some of the findings from their latest report, revealing how councils have performed on food in relation to climate and nature. We then hear from councils that came out on top in our reporting, to share their lessons and experiences for creating a local good food revolution and the co-benefits that's unlocked for their communities.

 

 

View the presentation slides here.

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