Der Ernährungsrat in der Literatur

Philipp Stierand (2014): Speiseräume – Die Ernährungswende beginnt in der Stadt. 224 Seiten. Oekom Verlag, München.

Inkota (2016): Unser Essen mitgestalten. Ein Handbuch zum Ernährungsrat. Berlin.

Stierand, Philipp (2012): Food Policy Councils. recovering the local level in food policy. In: André M. Viljoen und Johannes S.C Wiskerke (Hg.): Sustainable food planning. Evolving theory and practice. Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Pub, S. 65–75.

American Planning Association (2011): Food Policy Councils. Helping local, regional, and state governments address food system challenges.

Harper, Alethea; Annie, Shattuck; Eric, Holt-Giménez; Alison, Alkon; Frances, Lambrick (2009): Food policy councils. Lessons learned. Institute for Food and Development Policy.

Clancy, Kate; Hammer, Janet; Lippoldt, Debra (2007): Food policy councils. Past, present, and future. In: C. Clare Hinrichs und Thomas A. Lyson (Hg.): Remaking the North American food system. Strategies for sustainability. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, S. 121–143.

Über den Ernährungsrat…

A „Eines der starken Instrumente der lokalen Ernährungspolitik sind Food Policy Councils, die hier in der deutschen Übersetzung als Ernährungsräte bezeichnet werden sollen. Ernährungsräte sind Think Tanks, Impulsgeber und Plattformen für das Ernährungssystem in der Stadt.“ (Philipp Stierand, Speiseräume)

B „In response to growing concerns about food deserts, obesity rates among children, the loss of prime agricultural lands, a dwindling farmer population, and environmental problems such as soil erosion and water contamination, more and more towns, cities, regions, and states are forming food policy councils (FPCs).“ (American Planning Association)

C „Food Policy Councils work across sectors, engaging with government policy and programs, grassroots/non-profit projects, local businesses and food workers. Instead of many advocates working on the isolated symptoms of a failing food system, Food Policy Councils attempt to establish platforms for coordinated action at the local level.“ (Food Policy Councils: Leasons learned)

Die Ernährungsstrategie in Wort und Bild

Moragues, Ana; Morgan, Kevin; Moschitz, Heidrun; Neimane, Ilze; Nilsson, Helen; Pinto, Miriam et al. (2013): Urban food strategies. The rough guide to sustainable food systems. FOODLINKS. o.O. Online verfügbar unter .

Carey, Joy (2013): Urban and Community Food Strategies. The Case of Bristol. In: International Planning Studies 18 (1), S. 111–128. DOI: 10.1080/13563475.2013.750938 .

Stierand, Philipp (2012): Stadtentwicklung mit dem Gartenspaten. Umrisse einer Stadternährungsplanung. Dortmund.

Mansfield, Brent; Mendes, Wendy (2012): Municipal food strategies and integrated approaches to urban agriculture: Exploring Three cases from the global north. In: International Planning Studies, S. 37–60. DOI: 10.1080/13563475.2013.750942 .

American Planning Association (2007): Policy guide on community and regional food planning.

Über die Ernährungsstrategie…

1 „Food is a sustaining and enduring necessity. Yet among the basic essentials for life — air, water, shelter, and food — only food has been absent over the years as a focus of serious professional planning interest.“ (American Planning Association)

2 „Letztlich folgen Stadtplanung und Ernährung auf unterschiedlichen Ebenen dem gleichen Motiv, nämlich der Erhöhung der Lebensqualität. Auf diese Verbindung und diese Kraft sollte die Entwicklung unserer Städte nicht verzichten müssen.“ (Philipp Stierand, Gartenspaten)

3 „Urban Food Strategies aim to place food on the urban agenda, capitalizing on efforts made by existing actors and creating synergistic effects by linking different stakeholder groups. Written milestones in this process can be charters, actions plans or full strategies; however an UFS does not directly imply a strategic document.“  (Foodlinks)

Schriften zur lokalen Ernährungspolitik

Stierand, Philipp (2014): Speiseräume. Die Ernährungswende beginnt in der Stadt. München: oekom.

Stierand, Philipp (2016): Urbane Landwirtschaft & Co: Die Rückkehr der Ernährungspolitik auf die lokale Ebene. Der kritische Agrarbericht 2016 , Seite 310-314.

Roberts, Wayne (2014): Food for City Building. A Field Guide for Planners, Actionists & Entrepreneurs. Cork: BookBaby.

Bohn, Katrin; Viljoen, André (Hg.) (2014): Second nature urban agriculture. Designing productive cities. New York.

Morgan, Kevin (2014): The new urban foodscape. Planning, politics and power. In: Katrin Bohn und André Viljoen (Hg.): Second nature urban agriculture. Designing productive cities. New York, S. 18–23.

Ladner, Peter (2011): The urban food revolution. Changing the way we feed cities. Gabriola, B.C: New Society Publishers.

Blay-Palmer, Alison (Hg.) (2010): Imagining sustainable food systems. Theory and practice. Aldershot: Ashgate.