Social cohesion, food and health. Inclusive food system transitions
The functioning and efficiency performance of incumbent food systems are being questioned from different perspectives. Numerous social and technical innovations regarding production, products, and consumption occur. While they have been considered especially with respect to technical and economic feasibility and ecological impacts so far, issues of social cohesion have been neglected. However, this is particularly relevant for food systems – how and if innovations and transformations are fueled by social processes, and imply feedback effects on them is subject of this project.