Agricultural Transformation, Food and Environment, Volume 1
Henry Buller, Keith Hoggart
Ashgate, 2001 - Political Science - 191 pages
This work is the first in a series of edited volumes concerned with the evolution, implementation and analysis of European rural policy. This volume examines the shifting relationship of agricultural, environmental and food politics within Europe focusing on specific areas of change including agricultural restructuring, agriculture-environment relations and consumer preferences. The book concludes with a review of literature in the field of European agricultural change, in a context of environmental and food policy initiatives.
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