Globally, the agri-food sector is seeking to rebalance food production and environmental protection with a view to securing a more resilient and sustainable future for both. In post-Brexit England, the Agricultural Transition Plan will accelerate this process. Central among the guiding principles informing roll-out is a commitment to co-design: a joined-up approach to decision making, enacted via collaboration with multiple and diverse stakeholders. These principles are familiar to some but new to others and, as such they risk giving rise to concerns that may disrupt roll-out. To better anticipate these concerns, this policy brief highlights lessons learned from the Primary Innovation Programme, a five-year study of in-field collaboration in the context of New Zealand's agri-food sector.
|Publisher||Scotland's Rural College (SRUC)|
|Number of pages||7|
|Volume||Land use and land reform |
|Publication status||Print publication - 6 Jan 2022|
- Food, health and wellbeing