2018 Aug 06

Report on the survey in Kameoka published on "Journal of Food System Research"

FEAST HQ WG2_Publications

A report on the survey conducted in Kameoka City and its analysis was published on “Journal of Food System Research, 24 (3)”. "子育て世代の食卓および食品入手経路の実態-亀岡子育てネットワーク会員を対象とした3調査の結果から-(The conditions of food and means of obtaining food among generation with small children - from three surveys with Kameoka Kosodate Network members)" Mari Nakamura, Motoki Akitsu, Norie Tamura, Masashi Tachikawa Abstract:  In 2017, our research project will employ food ethic-themed workshops in Kameoka City. Diet surveys will offer workshop topics and gain more knowledge about the food habits and attitudes of Kameoka City’s housewives in their child-raising years. The survey outline is as follows: Step one is...

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2018 Jul 04

Peer-reviewed paper on Food Policy Council published on "Journal of Food System Research"

FEAST HQ WG2_Publications

A peer-reviewed paper “Development of Food Policy Councils  in North America and its implication (tentative English title)” co-authored by Masashi Tachikawa (Nagoya University) , Steven McGreevy, Motoki Akitsu (Kyoto University) and Momoe Oga (then-Ritsumeikan University)  (in Japanese) was published on "Journal of Food System Research, 23 (3)". Abstract: The contemporary food system has various problems, such as contributing to food access disparity and negative health impacts. In response to these issues, there is growing attention toward food policy councils (FPC) in North America. FPC is a kind of platform where various stakeholders work together to find local solutions to the above-mentioned...

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2018 Jul 03

Peer-reviewed paper on revitalizing rurality published on "Journal of Rural Studies"

FEAST HQ WG2_Publications

A peer-reviewed paper " Revitalising rurality under the neoliberal transformation of agriculture: Experiences of re-agrarianisation in Japan" co-authored by Prof. Shuji Hisano (Kyoto University, Project Member), Prof. Motoki Akitsu (Kyoto University, WG2 Chair) and Project Leader Steven R. McGreevy was published on an international journal, Journal of Rural Studies. "Revitalising rurality under the neoliberal transformation of agriculture: Experiences of re-agrarianisation in Japan" by Shuji Hisano, Motoki Akitsu, Steven R. McGreevy Abstract: Rural places are continually experiencing socio-economic change and the conceptual frameworks of re-de-agrarianisation and re-de-peasantisation were devised to explain agrarian transformations in a broad sense. Following empirical studies from...

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2017 Dec 20

The 1st RIHN/UCB International Workshop (Steven McGreevy)

FEAST HQ WG2_Publications

On November 6-7th,  the first RIH/UCB International Workshop “Food, Agriculture, and Human Impacts on the Environment: Japan, Asia and Beyond” to commemorate the signing of a memorandum of understanding was held on the Berkeley campus. Steven McGreevy, Project Leader, gave a talk on the WG2 research outputs as follows: Part I. Food and Agriculture Session 1. Urban biocultural food production & Food security Steven McGreevy | Scaling to holistic local food security: directions in agrifood system sustainability assessment How do we measure the transition from an unsustainable agrifood system to a sustainable one? Various scholars, institutions, and citizen groups have created a...

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2017 May 10

Survey on Food Education in Collaboration with NPO Kameoka Kosodate Network

FEAST HQ WG2_Publications

In Dec 2016, FEAST Project conducted a survey on food education targeting at families with small children in collabration with NPO Kameoka Kosodate Network. The results are published serially on a free information magazine “Gyutto,” starting from Spring Edition (Vol.17). Almost 97% of respondents answered that they are interested in food education. FEAST Project will continue to work to help their interests  shift to an actual practice. “Gyutto” Spring Edition, 2017 The survey results on food education are published on P.18 to 19 on Spring Edition. “Gyutto” Summer Edition, 2017 The topic for Summer Edition is nutrition and cooking. “Gyutto” Fall Edition, 2017 The survey was...

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