The EdiCitNet project brings together diverse people from throughout the world to find ways of tackling urgent urban challenges – from climate change to social exclusion. To do that, we’re co-creating and testing edible, nature-based solutions in Living Labs, as well as co-developing Master Plans for Edible Cities of the future.
The main goal of the project is to build an ever-growing Network of edible city enthusiasts, all sharing information, inspiration and expertise, and collaborating to make our cities better places to live.
There are three key ways that you can get involved!
Want to design and plan your own Edible City Solution? Or explore and compare the sustainability, challenges and ecosystem services offered by existing Edible City Solutions around the world? Click here to visit the EdiCitNet Toolbox.
Are you involved in an Edible City initiative, project or business and looking for collaboration opportunities, free business consultancy, expert insights and promotion for your work? Click here to visit and sign up to the EdiCitNet Marketplace.
Want to learn and share information on Edible City Solutions, connect with like-minded people and relevant events happening near you and receive updates on the Edible Cities Network? Click here to join the Edible Cities Community.
Second Diamond Model Workshop in Rotterdam Helps Green Urban Food Initiatives Identify, Visualise & Strengthen Their Core Values
The latest EdiCitNet Diamond Model workshop in Rotterdam was full of inspiring discussions and vivid collaboration. On the afternoon of May 10, 2022, eight representatives from different Edible City Solution Initiatives in Rotterdam and two representatives of the City...
New EdiCitNet Publication: “Let’s Do It Online!? Challenges and Lessons for Inclusive Virtual Participation
The latest EdiCitNet publication explores the ongoing challenges of digital equity and the affects of the pandemic on participatory planning processes. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the participatory planning process in the Edible Cities Network...