The aim of the Pact is that of creating a network of cities committed at developing and implementing sustainable food systems, also through the exchange of ideas and suggestions on how to concretely address common problems.
Among the signatories, some have already developed their own food strategies. Many other cities are currently working on these issues, however they have already promoted relevant policies focused on food security, the
fight against hunger and obesity, waste reduction, youth education and fair trade purchase, in order to shape responsible food communities.
49 of these practices have been gathered in an e-book, “Milan Urban Food Policy Pact. Selected Good Practices from Cities” published by Feltrinelli.
The e-book can be downloaded here