When the entire food supply chain was considered in this analysis the researchers found that global food miles equate to about 3.0 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (GtCO2e) – higher than previously thought. This indicates that transport accounts for 19% of total food system emissions. Work with local councils to identify allotment spaces that are not used/underused. Produce from these allotments can be sold at local markets/supermarkets to reduce the CO2 emmisions for transporting food. Excess produce can go to community kitchens/old age homes/schools etc Partner with local schools- Allotments can be used to teach kids about growing fruit and veg etc Free up agricultural land, return it to nature. Sort of like a local government urban farming initiative. https://environment.ec.europa.eu/news/field-fork-global-food-miles-generate-nearly-20-all-co2-emissions-food-2023-01-25_en#:~:text=Whentheentirefoodsupply,oftotalfoodsystememissions.