An international pact signed by 130 cities from all over the world with more than 460 million inhabitants 

current food systems are being challenged to provide permanent and reliable access to adequate, safe, local, diversified, fair, healthy and nutrient rich food for all ...cities which host over half the world population have a strategic role to play in developing sustainable food systems and promoting healthy diets...
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Habitat III, Quito 17-20 October: the MUFPP cites call for a stronger role of local authorities in the follow-up of  the New Urban Agenda

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Second Mayors’ Summit

On 14 October 2016, on the occasion of the World Food Day, mayors and  delegates of MUFPP  cities gathered at FAO headquarters in Rome to exchange views and  celebrate the winners o the first Milan Pact Awards.

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Food Smart Cities for Development

A Eu project lead by the city of Milan to promote  more sustainable food systems
Food Smart Cities for Development (FSC4D) involves 12 urban areas on three continents, and several civil society organizations, that will coordinate their food policy activities and their international cooperation until the end of 2016.
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Food Smart Cities Voices: people and ideas from FSC4D partners

Activities in Food Smart Cities


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