A trans-disciplinary approach to scaling community voices for place-sensitive policy-making through places and practices of food
by Professor Minna Sunikka-Blank, Dr André Neto-Bradley and Professor Ruchi Choudhary
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Using the lens of places and practices of food this report explores a mixed methods approach for scaling lived experience across city-scale data to expose intangible features of community spaces. Using case study evidence from Cambridge and Peterborough, the report analyses community reviews of foodplaces on Google Maps to gain a better understanding of ‘intangible’ qualities of the physical place. The report proposes strategies for engaging local communities in environmental policy making, and ways to leverage and visualise non-invasive mixed data to support this.