Le site n’est pas du tout sexy, mais j’ai l’impression que les recherches sont de bonne qualité et il y a plein de données...
Avec une carte ici :
Une carte sur l’obésité à #Londres :
J’ai découvert le site via la mailing-list Crit geo forum, avec ce commentaire :
Those interested in food and social justice may see a nice irony in comparing these two maps.
1) Map of the best quality agricultural soil in the UK, the best, Grade One, is heavily present around The Wash area of Eastern England
▻http://publications.naturalengland.org.uk/publication/6172638548328448 and click on pdf link
2) MSOA level obesity map, extract for East Anglia, Wash, Lincolnshire area. Available at www.fooddeserts.org, section 8, bottom of page. Red is the most obese decile, followed by pink, orange, yellow.... Silver is the least obese declie, followed by purple, dark blue, light blue, green....
In other words, the areas where the UK’s fruit and veg industry is most productive is where there is most obesity. We don’t pay the people who actually produce our 5-a-day enough to benefit from the health effects of 5-a-day. Nor do we pay the people who sell them to us enough to benefit from them, in the towns. To have a good diet you need to live in the areas where fresh produce is largely neither produced nor sold, the wealthy peri-urban regions just outside the main urban areas.