What would a Circular food economy look like?
A Circular Economy in food is a lot more than just composting. According to a groundbreaking effort in Wellington.
There are three main goals associated with the circular food economy and each would be achieved by completing nine local projects. The three goals are: increase access to affordable and nutritious food by 50 per cent, create 50 new circular food businesses and collaborations and increase economic revenues by 50 per cent. These are to be achieved by 2025.
This effort marries the Smart Cities initiative to provide data on how well it’s meeting its goals.