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Understanding Sustainable Food System Transitions: Practice, Assessment and Governance

RHN 114/2017 | Publication

Sociologia Ruralis 57 (July 2017), 3
Special Issue: Understanding Sustainable Food System Transitions: Practice, Assessment and Governance, edited by Damian Maye and Jessica Duncan

 

Table of Contents:

Understanding Sustainable Food System Transitions: Practice, Assessment and Governance
Damian Maye and Jessica Duncan

Rendering the Actually Existing Sharing Economy Visible: Home-Grown Food and the Pleasure of Sharing
Petr Jehlička and Petr Daněk

Fair Trade Milk Initiative in Belgium: Bricolage as an Empowering Strategy for Change
Marlène Feyereisen, Pierre M. Stassart and François Mélard

Mapping the Organisational Forms of Networks of Alternative Food Networks: Implications for Transition
Jessica Duncan and Stefano Pascucci

Bricolage for Self-Sufficiency: An Analysis of Alternative Food Networks
Mikelis Grivins, Daniel Keech, Ilona Kunda and Talis Tisenkopfs

Reflexive Governance, Incorporating Ethics and Changing Understandings of Food Chain Performance
James Kirwan, Damian Maye and Gianluca Brunori

The Framing of Sustainability in Sustainability Assessment Frameworks for Agriculture
Elin Slätmo, Klara Fischer and Elin Röös

Short Food Supply Chains, Long Working Days: Active Work and the Construction of Professional Satisfaction in French Diversified Organic Market Gardening
Lucie Dupré, Claire Lamine and Mireille Navarrete

Reflexivity and Learning in System Innovation Processes
Pieter J. Beers and Barbara van Mierlo

Source: Wiley Online Library

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