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Climate Plan - Food and urban agriculture

Climate Plan - Food and urban agriculture

Production, processing, transport, refrigeration, packaging, storage, waste,... Whether at home, at school, at work, in hospital or in a restaurant, the food we eat has a major impact on our health, but also on the climate and biodiversity.

To enable everyone to eat better while reducing the impact on the environment, the Climate Plan aims to move the City of Brussels towards Good Food, for healthy, organic, local, seasonal, more vegetarian food and no food waste, while supporting people active in urban agriculture.

Find out about all the aid and support available to help you eat better and produce locally:

Food - support from the City of Brussels and the Brussels-Capital Region (296.99 KB) (in French)

Main objectives for food and urban agriculture

Targets for 2030:

  • 3 vegetarian meals a week in schools
  • 10 new hectares for urban agriculture
  • 150 Horeca shops and establishments awarded the 'Good Food' label

For the municipality:

For all the people of Brussels:

  • Develop vegetable gardens and orchards in the green spaces of the city
  • Create a vegetable shop, to offer washed and cut-up fruit and vegetables ready for use
  • Encouraging neighbourhood kitchens and cooperative supermarkets
  • Offer training and logistical assistance to support urban agriculture projects

All actions:

All food and urban agriculture initiatives (232.81 KB) (in French)