Stakeholder Mapping for the Wider Context

The stakeholder mapping identified all possible ongoing initiatives in Poblenou which are working towards re-inventing food cycles (see image). The initiatives range from seeking solutions to create value in food chains; to creating platforms which minimise food waste. Six main areas of interest were identified: micro-food production in homes and urban gardens; short circuits for food; the practice of sustainable consumption habits; collection and logistics of food redistributed systems and creative up-cycling to create added value through different forms of composting. Several direct stakeholders were selected within the topics, connecting them to a broader ecosystem of supporting structures: public institutions, universities, zero-waste leaders, open platform and social solidarity economies. The image of the mapping highlights the rich diversity of initiatives at the city and neighbourhood level and shows the stakeholder and their role.

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