Are you working as a city planner, architect or real estate developer? Do you and your city or business share our vision of sustainable and livable cities? And are you ready to become part of positive change? Then you are in the right place. Read on and discover how urban developers can get involved.
At Sustainable Urban Delta, we believe in cities where food is produced locally and sustainably. Where the circular economy is more than just a buzz-word, biodiversity thrives and food waste is basically non-existent. Where communities flourish and local food businesses create honest jobs for local people. And where everyone has access to fresh produce.
Would you like to transform your city into such a place? Here are a few things you can do:
1) Become a believer
Watch our free 40-minute documentary, become inspired by our stories and discover how others are taking the first steps to transform their cities by embracing food production.
2) Look for possibilities in your city
Transforming an urban environment into a food producing city can start anywhere. Whether it is a vacant lot, an empty building or a site that needs re-developing: every square meter helps. So look around and see whether there are any of these places in communities or neighborhoods that would truly benefit from a local supply of fresh and healthy food. It may just be the perfect opportunity to kickstart a revolution!
3) Get people on board
Not many people will disapprove of an idea that will make your city thrive socially, ecologically and economically. However, to get residents, policy makers and other urban developers on board, you will need a plan. That is where we come in. We can offer you the support and tools needed to gather the necessary information and make a strong case. So get in touch and let us know how we can be of assistance.
4) Contact us
Are you ready to contribute to a world full of food producing cities? And is there anything we can do in order to help you turn your vision into reality? Please let us know and get in contact.
Everywhere around the globe, urban developers like you are creating sustainable food producing cities. Places that thrive socially, ecologically and economically. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter to stay tuned!