Agricultural Transformation, Food and Environment: Perspectives on European rural policy and planning
An interdisciplinary team of leading European scholars bring together case studies from Western and Eastern Europe to illustrate and critically analyze the shifting relationships of agricultural, environmental and food policy in Europe.
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Changing passions for food in Europe
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