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「食品ロス」によって途切れたつながりの再構築―北九州市の産学官民連携活動のもつ意味―


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Title: 「食品ロス」によって途切れたつながりの再構築―北九州市の産学官民連携活動のもつ意味―
Other Titles: Reconstruction of lost connections by food loss: The meaning of industry-academia-government-citizen collaboration activities
Authors: 田﨑, 可那子 / 黒田, 暁
Authors (alternative): Tasaki, Kanako / Kuroda, Satoru
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2018
Publisher: 長崎大学環境科学部 / Faculty of Environmental Science, Nagasaki University
Citation: 長崎大学総合環境研究, 21(1), pp.10-21; 2018
Abstract: This article clarifies how people in Kitakyushu City (southwest Japan) have tried to reduce the food loss, and how their measures influence on the local community. In this article, food loss has two problems. First, quantitatively, food loss is wasting food in the food chain. Second, it decreases the opportunity to communicate with family or community members. These two aspects are more likely to be trapped in a vicious circle because they never entangle with each other since their related problems are almost invisible from other side. This article expects to find out how to restore these two losses and provide a clue to reduce the vicious spiral of two these losses. The article focuses on industry-academia-government-citizen collaboration activities in Kitakyushu City. Diverse organizations and actors such as a municipality, a university, NPO, a specialist and so on, have tried to cooperate with each other and to reduce the food loss. A field interview survey reveals that new connection with other actors is derived from reducing food loss. In addition, collaborating with different actors helps them reduce the food loss, and forming a place like “Cafeteria for children” creates an opportunity to improve a relationship between the people in the community. This article concludes that “Cafeteria for children” can play a pivotal role to find a clue to get out of the vicious circle in the food loss.
Keywords: Food loss / Reconstruction of connection / Cooperation with other fields / Cafeteria for children / Kitakyushu City
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/38717
ISSN: 13446258
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 21, No. 1

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/38717

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