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Foodprint Melbourne is a research project that investigates ways of strengthening the resilience of Melbourne’s food system to increase equitable access to fresh, healthy foods and promote sustainable production and consumption for current and future generations.

The current phase of the project is assessing the resilience of Melbourne’s food system to the impacts of  shocks and stresses, such as fire, drought and flood.

The Foodprint Melbourne research team is based in the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences at the University of Melbourne. The project is funded by the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation.

Project partners include the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation, the City of Melbourne, Open Food Network, Mornington Peninsula Shire, Wyndham City, Cardinia Shire Council, City of Whittlesea, Moreland City Council,  Food Bank, the Victorian Council of Social Services, the Interface Councils, the Peri-Urban Group of Rural Councils, and Port Phillip and Westernport CMA.

About the project

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