Foodprint LA: Zoning Diet
Hadley Arnold, Dr. Deborah Cohen, Paula Daniels, Rudy Espinoza, Nate Berg
Moderator: Geoff Manaugh
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Foodprint LA was the fourth in a series of international conversations about food and the city. From obesogenic design to grey water usage, and from taco history to synthetic biology, panelists discussed the past, present, and future of food in LA. The free afternoon program included designers, policy-makers, artists, entrepreneurs, and others.
Our first panel was called Zoning Diet. Guest moderator Geoff Manaugh of BLDGBLOG asked Hadley Arnold, Co-Director of the Arid Lands Institute at Woodbury University, Nate Berg, a journalist covering cities, science and design, Dr. Deborah Cohen, researcher in the area of the built environment and health at the RAND Corporation, Paula Daniels, Senior Adviser on Food Policy and Special Water Projects to Mayor Villaraigosa, and Rudy Espinoza, an urban planner and community investment specialist, how zoning, policy, infrastructure, and economics shape Los Angeles’s food systems.
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