This chapter argues that urban planners should embrace the Foodscapes concept and integrates this into urban planning as a vehicle to address food supply, waste management and even urban food production. The Foodscapes concept seeks to address the challenges of producing adequate food in rural landscapes and then delivering this to the urban landscape through appropriate logistics. In return for food, cityscapes aggregate food and green wastes and deliver this to rural landscapes for fertility building ready for the next cycle of food production. The Foodscapes concept presented here mirrors the earlier Garden City models but seeks to embed this in the era of globalisation, especially in relation to food supply. Agriculture became important with a transition from conventional, high-input mono-crop intensive agriculture to smaller organic and semi-organic farms. In addition, agriculture transportation was reduced or eliminated due to the scarcity of oil. The food crisis incited a massive popular urban food movement.