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Value Conflicts and Diverse Claims in Food Governance across Scales

Panel Number
P400
Panel Chair
David Barling
University of Hertfordshire
Section: Food Governance

Abstract
Food has been ascribed many different functions Food may be defined as a human right, a commodity, or rather by its’ environmental assets. At the same time food has emerged as one of the more contested concerns of the 21st century. Global change scientist

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