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Urban agriculture research

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The adaptive consumer: shifting attitudes, behavior change and CSA membership renewal

Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems: 23(2); 136148 (2007)

Publication
Environment
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Growing sustainable consumption communities - The case of local organic food networks

International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy (2007)

Publication
Environment
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The economic benefits of Green Infrastructure: The public and business case for investing in Green Infrastructure and a review of the underpinning Evidence.

Natural Economy Northwest (NENW) programme. (2008). Commissioned from ECOTEC by The Mersey Forest on behalf of Natural Economy Northwest.

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Economy
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Occupational therapy with 'refractory' patients

Am J Psychiatry 111:763-766, April (1955)doi: 10.1176/appi.ajp.111.10.763

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Health
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Social and Therapeutic Horticulture: Evidence and Messages for Research

Centre for Childhood and Family Research, evidence, issue 6

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HealthEducation
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