Sociological review of challenges for food systems in peri-urban areas, the case of Flanders

Kirsten Vanderplanken, Ilse Loots, Elke Rogge

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    Abstract

    Governments, private actors, civil society and researchers are increasingly thinking about novel ways to organise food systems in such a way that they have a more desirable impact on our lives, on our societies and on our environments. But what exactly do they think has to change? With this research we look into the issues that actors within the food system identify as problematic or challenging, and how they are framed differently by different actors.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationDiverse Regions: Building Resilient Communities and Territories : Annual European Conference
    EditorsJ. Murdoch, T. Marsden, J. Bank
    Number of pages1
    Volume76
    Publication date2014
    Edition2
    Pages107–125
    ISBN (Print)978-1-897721-47-6
    Publication statusPublished - 2014
    EventRegional studies association Annual Conference 2014: Diverse Regions: Building Resilient Communities and Territories - Izmir, Turkey
    Duration: 15-Jun-201418-Jun-2014

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