Food policy is one tool in the shift from industrial food systems to sustainable food systems. Fundamental to this shift, is implementing and refining ways of organising that are more compatible with the values that drive a sustainable food system. As the sustainable food system is still emerging, we have the opportunity to be active participants in the design of these values rather than let them randomly emerge. This page includes models and tools that offer different perspectives for designing and implementing a new values system.
These models and tools will focus on the sustainable food system, but inevitably comparisons with the industrial food system are required for contrast.
A cultural model
Caroline Taylor’s model of culture from Walking the Talk provides clarity about the connection between values and culture and shows how we can infuse values through the concrete behaviours, symbols and systems to create a powerful culture. more>>
The social and economic development model
Engagement and engagement tools
Power and voice
The iPES perspective
Evolving business models