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Book Launch: The Urban Food Revolution

October 27, 2011
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"A revolution in food — where, how, and when it's grown — is now sweeping urban centres. Read this book to see why it matters and how we can do it."

--David Suzuki, Co-Founder, David Suzuki Foundation.

Developed through the Planning Cities as if Food Matters project hosted at SFU Centre for Dialogue, Dialogue Fellow Peter Ladner published his first book The Urban Food Revolution: Changing the Way We Feed Cities. The SFU Centre for Dialogue hosted the book launch at Barbara Jo’s Books to Cooks, and the event generated 200 attendees from the community.

Planning Cities as if Food Matters

This project, led by Centre for Dialogue Fellow Peter Ladner, comprised of workshops and conferences to raise public awareness of local food production and food security in British Columbia's Lower Mainland.

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Select Media & Commentary

Former NPA Councillor Peter Ladner Gets to the Root of The Urban Food Revolution, The Georgia Straight (December 15, 2011) 

'The Urban Food Revolution' Goes High Rise, The Tyee (December 8, 2011)

Urban Farming Explosion, The Vancouver Sun (March 10, 2011)