Kevin Morgan is Professor of Governance and Development in the School of Planning and Geography at Cardiff University. One of his main research interests is sustainable food systems and the role that the planning community can play in fostering such systems in the cities of the Global North as well as the Global South. Over the past ten years he has focused on three aspects of the food system: (i) the public food system, where he explored school food service in Europe, Africa, and North America; (ii) the community food sector, where he was part of a team that explored the effects of the Making Local Food Work programme in the UK; and (iii) the urban food system, where he is part of a team at Cardiff University exploring the scope for and limits to sustainable urban food strategies. In addition to his academic research, he is actively involved in food policy activities, being a member of the UK Food Ethics Council, the chair of the Bristol Food Policy Council, and a member of Food and Farming Advisory Panel of the Welsh Government. Under the auspices of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP), he is also trying to animate an urban food policy dialogue between planning associations in Africa, Europe, and North America.