2: Food production, processing, and consumption are suited to the environmental, economic, technological, and cultural needs, potentials and limits of the distinct regions of Canada. Food supply and quality are dependable. They are not threatened by social, political, economic, and environmental changes.
System performance metrics and transition targets
Landscape-level co-ordination (including the city region landscape)
Water systems co-ordination (water councils, conservation authorities)
Rebuilding local and regional infrastructure (processing, storage, distribution, marketplaces)