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Landwirtschaft von unten: Community Supported Agriculture als zivilgesellschaftliche Nachhaltigkeitsinitiative

  • Marie WellnerEmail author
  • Ludwig Theuvsen
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Zusammenfassung

Die fortschreitende Intensivierung und Mechanisierung der landwirtschaftlichen Produktion sowie die tiefgreifenden strukturellen Veränderungen in der Landund Ernährungswirtschaft haben in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten den Charakter der Lebensmittelproduktion und der ländlichen Räume deutlich verändert. Regionale Versorgungsstrukturen sind zunehmend durch globalisierte Wertschöpfungsketten und -netzwerke ersetzt worden.

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  1. 1.GöttingenDeutschland

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