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Fight food waste - Do one big shop

Do it all in one go and save time and money, says Hannah Williams I've long been convinced of the merits of the 'big shop.' You get it all in one go, stuff it in an industrial-sized, fully recycle-able bag and don't think about shopping for seven days, even if you're left living off half a pack of digestives and an egg. We're not all international jet setters and it doesn't take a degree in strategic planning to factor in a weekly trip to Tesco's, or half an hour down your local grocers.

I decided to prove my point by taking on fickle, daily shopper, Charlie Cottrell head to head to show how a well-planned, one-off pop to the shops can save time, money and mountains of waste. Monday My bulging cupboards proffered a tasty salad for lunch and tuna steaks with roasted veg for dinner. Tuesday A blow for the cause today. Wednesday Running low on salad, I made a sandwich to use up my tired looking bread. What Hannah bought (for two) Thursday Friday Saturday. Terre à terre. France Culture. Le jardin des Lentillères (1)

France Culture - Vivre avec le grand méchant loup. Observatoire Vie Politique Turque. Dossier Istanbul. Occupy Gezi. Métropolitiques. Manger local, une utopie concrète. Marché aux légumes, Ankara (cc) muammerokumus Dans un article récent publié dans Métropolitiques, Roland Vidal (2011) dénonce tout à la fois l’irréalisme des propositions visant à nourrir les grandes métropoles urbaines à partir d’une agriculture de proximité et le caractère erroné de l’affirmation selon laquelle la proximité serait plus écologique, car plus économe en énergie consacrée aux transports.

Manger local, une utopie concrète

Plutôt que de rêver à la reconstitution d’une ceinture maraîchère absorbée logiquement par l’étalement urbain, il invite les citadins à reconstruire leur regard sur les paysages nourriciers des grandes cultures qui subsistent. Rappeler que la disparition de l’agriculture de proximité dans la ceinture parisienne est liée à l’inéluctable loi du marché foncier est une évidence. Mais ce que ne considère pas Roland Vidal, ce sont les profondes modifications des systèmes alimentaires qui accompagnent cette éviction et leurs inférences au-delà de cette première ceinture. When agriculture meets the city… Long celebrated as a vestige of a bygone age, agriculture in the city has now become an increasingly common feature on politicians’ agendas, whether in terms of urban planning documents – such as regional integrated development plans (SCOTs – schémas de cohérence territoriale); regional ecological coherence plans (SRCEs – schémas régionaux de cohérence écologique); and local urban development plans (PLUs – plans locaux d’urbanisme) – or in terms of local contracts (see, for example, the master plan for the Paris region, or SDRIF (Schéma directeur de la région Île-de-France), voted on 25 October 2012, which supports local farming).

When agriculture meets the city…

Initiatives have abounded: shared gardens, as in Paris or Montreal; short food-supply chains and vegetable-box schemes, popular with city-dwellers; and urban produce, such as wine (e.g. Le Bellet, produced in the hills above Nice) and urban honey (sometimes called “concrete honey”). The “concreting” of the suburbs, as expressed in French songs from the 1960s. Streamiz. FRMovies. TED. Play TV. TV5 Monde.

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