Bioarchitecture and ecology
Various publications suggest that getting involved in urban food growing, or just being exposed to it in our daily lives, may lead to healthier diets and improve general well-being.
Convergent, holistically integrated, fully resilient SMART connected community with social integration / healthy
Building the knowledge base to
mutually understand methodological baseline and then deliver customized online + offline training sessions : design and propose open standards for sustainable citizen-driven food systems and improved nutrition behaviour.
eSMART will function as an ecosystem for community accessibility, self-production of food, entrepreneurship platform, transgenerational education and knowledge exchange, and will open up opportunities for more sustainable city (and city surroundings) and for the participation of its citizens.
Ideas and knowledge should be shared among peers. In addition, the project aims at leveraging on open source approaches to build a “culture of data”, where people and organisations are empowered to understand the way data is produced and can be analysed and used by different stakeholders
eat SMART, ecologically SMART, entrepreneurship SMART