Urban Resilience, Rethinking Our Food Culture

Director

Chrystelle Maechler

Producer

Chrystelle Maechler

Subjects

Environment Food Security Social Sciences
  • Release Date 2017
  • Running Time 16 minutes
  • Closed Captions No
  • Availability Canada, USA

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$150.00
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Urban Resilience, Rethinking Our Food Culture (English)

In a city like Toronto offering so much food variety, it is hard to imagine that there are serious issues of food insecurity. Some dedicated Torontonians are working day after day to change that trend and to help us rethink our food culture.

The French and English documentary series Urban Resilience not only challenges you to think differently about your city but empowers viewers to raise questions on how to make and create a more sustainable future for generations to come.

 

Résilience Urbaine, Repenser notre culture alimentaire (French)

Dans une ville où l’offre alimentaire est omniprésente, il est difficile d’imaginer que nous faisons face à de sérieuses problématiques de sécurité alimentaire. Des Torontois s’engagent au quotidien et contribuent à repenser notre culture alimentaire.

La série documentaire Résilience urbaine nous pousse à voir nos espaces urbains sous un angle nouveau, en mettant en lumière un éventail d'actions, petites et grandes, qui contribuent à rendre nos communautés plus durables.

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