The Geofoods Think Tank aims to build the case for a just transition process in food systems through adapting geographical concepts.
We need to fully scope and analyze the key geographical concepts such as location/space, place/region, scale, mobility/movement and human-environment interaction. By doing so we achieve a critical geographical literacy or to put it a bit more vivid – a geographical imagination, which is required to analytically come up with solutions to shape a just food system.
Geographical imagination is a way of thinking about the world to understand the relationship of places and thus create social and spatial justice.
Our goal is to generate frameworks, processes and policy recommendations which enable a just transition.