‘Rurban Revolution’ is an interdisciplinary project focused on the transformative potential of urban greening and food growing. Led by Professor Jess Davies at Lancaster University, it brings together academics with expertise in ecosystems, psychology, plant sciences and supply chains from Lancaster and Liverpool University, along with Cranfield University. They are building an interdisciplinary evidence base on how growing in urban green spaces potentially influences health and sustainable diets, food production and ecosystem service delivery. The latest paper to come out of the project was “Is urban growing of fruit and vegetables associated with better diet quality and what mediates this relationship? Evidence from a cross-sectional survey”. Published in Appetite, it discusses the relationships between urban agriculture and diet.