Urban agriculture research
Can Totnes and District Feed Itself?
This paper explores the degree of relocalisation in the food sector that might be possible, through a drawing together of the concepts of ‘foodzones’ and ‘foodsheds’, as well as Simon Fairlie’s work on ‘Can Britain Feed Itself?’ It utilises GIS (Geographical Information Science) technology and a range of datasets to look at Totnes and District in Devon, England, to assess the degree to which the area could achieve a significant degree of self reliance for food and other essentials.
Publisher: Trabsition Town Totnes and Transition Town Network
Author: Rob Hopkins, Mark Thurstain‐Goodwin and Simon Fairlie.
Category: Environment Economy
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