Breaking new ground in food regime theory: corporate environmentalism, ecological feedbacks and the ‘food from somewhere’ regime?

  title={Breaking new ground in food regime theory: corporate environmentalism, ecological feedbacks and the ‘food from somewhere’ regime?},
  author={H. Campbell},
  journal={Agriculture and Human Values},
  • H. Campbell
  • Published 2009
  • Economics
  • Agriculture and Human Values
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