The Governance Features of Social Enterprise and Social Network Activities of Collective Food Buying Groups

@inproceedings{Dedeurwaerdere2017TheGF,
  title={The Governance Features of Social Enterprise and Social Network Activities of Collective Food Buying Groups},
  author={Tom Dedeurwaerdere and Olivier de Schutter and Marek Hudon and Erik Mathijs and Bernd Annaert and Tessa Avermaete and Thomas Bleeckx and Charlotte de Callata{\"y} and Pepijn De Snijder and Paula Fernandez-Wulff and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Joachain and Jos{\'e} Luis Vivero},
  year={2017}
}
Collective food buying groups, such as community supported agriculture or self-organised citizen groups for delivery of food baskets, have emerged throughout the world as an important niche innovation for promoting more sustainable agri-food systems. These initiatives seek to bring about societal change. They do so, however, not through protest or interest-based lobbying, but by organising a protected space for learning and experimentation with lifestyle changes for sustainable food consumption… CONTINUE READING
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