Transitioning to a More Resilient Food System in the British Columbia Lower Mainland by 2040

Genevieve Schmoeker, Sarah Wong & Mark Henry
The British Columbia Lower Mainland’s (BCLM) current food system is heavily dependent on fossil fuels for production, transport, storage, and processing. By reducing its dependence on fossil fuels in these main sectors, the region’s food system can become more resilient1, enabling it to better withstand shocks such as peaking resources. The goal of this project was to: identify which areas of the food system are vulnerable to fossil fuel scarcity, understand the other challenges that...
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