Task 2.3 collected, processed and analysed data from the City Region Food System (CRFS) and the different initiatives (CRFSI) across Europe, across scales and across industries. The data analysis allowed for a preliminary integrated sustainability assessment of the initiatives. To this end, the analysis adopts a life cycle thinking (LCT) approach, including the social, economic, and environmental pillars, and it consists of two main layers of assessment: - an initial assessment, featuring a quali-quantitative perspective and limited data requirements, which was circulated to 600+ CRFSI. This assessment was used to generate an overview of the European CRFSI and serves as a basis for a synthetic and rapid appraisal of generic hotspots of impact; - an extensive assessment, with a quantitative approach and increased data requirements, which was circulated to 100+ CRFSI. This assessment provided extensive quantitative data for life cycle assessments and a greater insight into the impacts of specific methodological choices across disciplines. The presented data inventory (D2.4) will support the detailed evaluation and ranking of the sustainability performance of diverse operational CRFS initiatives at local and international level.

Data inventory

Mara Petruzzelli;Fabio De Menna;Francesco Cirone;Kathrin Specht;Ilaria Braschi;Francesca Monticone
2022

Abstract

Task 2.3 collected, processed and analysed data from the City Region Food System (CRFS) and the different initiatives (CRFSI) across Europe, across scales and across industries. The data analysis allowed for a preliminary integrated sustainability assessment of the initiatives. To this end, the analysis adopts a life cycle thinking (LCT) approach, including the social, economic, and environmental pillars, and it consists of two main layers of assessment: - an initial assessment, featuring a quali-quantitative perspective and limited data requirements, which was circulated to 600+ CRFSI. This assessment was used to generate an overview of the European CRFSI and serves as a basis for a synthetic and rapid appraisal of generic hotspots of impact; - an extensive assessment, with a quantitative approach and increased data requirements, which was circulated to 100+ CRFSI. This assessment provided extensive quantitative data for life cycle assessments and a greater insight into the impacts of specific methodological choices across disciplines. The presented data inventory (D2.4) will support the detailed evaluation and ranking of the sustainability performance of diverse operational CRFS initiatives at local and international level.
Luuk Graamans, Martí Rufí-Salís, Mara Petruzzelli, Fabio De Menna, Francesco Cirone, Matteo Vittuari Antonella Samoggia, Kathrin Specht, Runrid Fox-Kämper, Agnès Lelièvre, Vèronique Saint-Ges, Josè Pascual Fernández, Ilaria Braschi, Xavier Gabarrell Durany, Francesca Monticone
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