to provide a novel evidence-based socio-technological framework of sustainable food production and consumption towards the sustainable smart city of the future by engaging micro-local communities through novel in-house food self-production and households’ behavioural change of diet, for the purpose of:
Develop an innovative hydroponic food self-production system to be installed in corridors of buildings for providing sustainable food to the citizen
Co-design with households a suite of innovative toolkits (Game & App) for enhanced quantification, engagement and impact evaluation of changing eating habits and reducing food waste.
Motivate at least 40% of urban households in a selected block of flats to commit to more sustainable food consumption patterns and fulfil at least 40% of their commitments
Integrate citizens’ behavior and attitudes at the heart of socio-technological framework of food production and consumption to assess the impact of social nudging food related interventions to improve social cohesion and sustainable community-building through social connectedness.
Encourage community-based interactions between at least 40% of urban households in a selected block of flats to increase their social connectedness and put the vision of food sharing economy into a reality
Provide evidence-based policy recommendations on greening food production and consumption to ensure that future city policies are reflective of citizen’s visions for their future city
Provide evidence-based policy making for urban stakeholders facilitating the processes of greening food consumption in smart cities of the future