Sustainable Food Cities Annual Conference 2015

Our buzzing 24h conference saw 57 cities from across the UK and Europe gather together in Bristol to discuss key issues such as food poverty and government  policy and to share ideas and experiences. The event was also a great opportunity to showcase and celebrate achievements, with the announcement of the first ever Sustainable Food Cities Awards. An inspiring event for inspired cities.

 Credit: Chris Bahn / Bristol City Council

Putting Good Food at the Heart of Cities: an evening celebration hosted by Bristol, the European Green Capital

Monday 16 March, 6pm–10pm

The evening included brief presentations showcasing Bristol Good Food and the European Food in Urban Communities programme, as well as the announcement of the first four Sustainable Food Cities Award winners Brighton and Hove, Cardiff, Lambeth and Plymouth. A unique opportunity to share and learn from food pioneers from across the UK and Europe.

Presentations from the evening included:

Bristol Good Food - George Ferguson and Alison Comley

Sustainable Food in Urban Communities - Stéphanie Mantell and François Jégou 

Listen to official commitments from elected representatives around the world

Announcement of the first Sustainable Food Cities Award winners - Tom Andrews

Read the Guardian's account of the Sustainable Food Cities award ceremony.

Good Food for All: from tackling immediate crises to designing long term solutions

Tuesday 17 March, 9am–5pm 

A day of inspiring innovation, problem solving and knowledge sharing. Invitees attended panel debates on long term solutions to food poverty and how to transform food culture at scale; plus a wide range of workshops, from building a thriving sustainable food economy to choosing indicators for measuring success.

Speakers include: Rosie Boycott, Helen Browning OBE, Professor Elizabeth Dowler and Tristram Stuart.

See the full programme.

Presentations from the day included:

Overview of the day

Read an account of the panel debate: ‘Feeding Britain - how best can we square promoting ‘good food for all’ with tackling hunger?’

Learning across borders workshop - Henk Renting

Urban Food Good Practice From Urbact Partners - Joy Carey

Economy and Sustainable Food workshop - collaborative presentation


Leon Ballin
Sustainable Food Cities

Sustainable Food Cities is a partnership programme run by

Soil Association

Food Matters

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Sustainable Food Cities is funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation 

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