Introduction to Food Justice and the Built Environment
The need for the comingling of theory and practice in food justice is particularly striking in the context of the built environment, where reactive policies without a theoretical framework and theories which do not take into account the surprises found in application have both failed many times in the past. Shane Epting calls for transdisciplinary collaboration to find paths toward food justice.
Epting, S. R. (2017). Introduction to Food Justice and the Built Environment. Food Justice in US and Global Contexts Springer Verlag.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-57174-4_8
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Keywords and Phrases
Food Justice; Transdisciplinarity; Urban Food Systems; Community Capacity; Praxis; Philosophy of the City
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01 Jan 2017