Projects within the Center for a Livable Future seek to answer questions and find solutions that support a healthy, equitable and resilient food system.
Research and analysis using GIS technology to identify gaps and opportunities in Baltimore City’s food environment.
Assessments conducted in Baltimore neighborhoods to understand communities’ experiences of local food environments.
The Center is involved in climate change conversations and convenings around the world, such as The Conference of Parties, The Global Climate Action Summit, The EAT conference and more.
The Center for a Livable Future participated in a USDA study exploring the potential impacts of greater reliance on regionally produced foods.
An ongoing public opinion research project that gathers information about perceptions and attitudes toward food production.
A project dedicated to supporting the development of effective state and local food policy.
An urban teaching farm in Baltimore City, operating on the grounds of the Cylburn Arboretum.
Using research, policy, and education to examine food systems' responses to crises.
Generating evidence that makes a meaningful contribution to the US goal of halving waste of food by 2030.
Engaging in work focused on issues related to the production of meat, dairy, and eggs.
An easy-to-use mapping application that incorporates data on the food system, public health, and the environment.
Increasing public health professionals’ involvement with aquaculture through research, technical assistance, and education.
This study aims to understand the best opportunities for resource savings in seafood.
The Center provides technical assistance and serves as a science advisor to the national Meatless Monday campaign.
An investigation into externalities associated with the current food system, also known as "true cost accounting."
Engagement in several endeavors concerning urban agriculture, including original research, the creation of reports and aggregation of policy and legislation.