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The Role and Engagement of Mayors in Local Food Policy Groups: Comparing the Cases of London and Bristol

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The Role and Engagement of Mayors in Local Food Policy Groups: Comparing the Cases of London and Bristol. / Jess Halliday ; Barling, David.

Advances in Food Security and Sustainability. ed. / David Barling; Jessica Fanzo. Vol. 3 1. ed. London : Academic Press, 2018. p. 177-209.

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Harvard

Jess Halliday & Barling, D 2018, The Role and Engagement of Mayors in Local Food Policy Groups: Comparing the Cases of London and Bristol. in D Barling & J Fanzo (eds), Advances in Food Security and Sustainability. 1 edn, vol. 3, Academic Press, London, pp. 177-209. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.af2s.2018.09.002

APA

Jess Halliday, & Barling, D. (2018). The Role and Engagement of Mayors in Local Food Policy Groups: Comparing the Cases of London and Bristol. In D. Barling, & J. Fanzo (Eds.), Advances in Food Security and Sustainability (1 ed., Vol. 3, pp. 177-209). London: Academic Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.af2s.2018.09.002

Vancouver

Jess Halliday, Barling D. The Role and Engagement of Mayors in Local Food Policy Groups: Comparing the Cases of London and Bristol. In Barling D, Fanzo J, editors, Advances in Food Security and Sustainability. 1 ed. Vol. 3. London: Academic Press. 2018. p. 177-209 https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.af2s.2018.09.002

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Jess Halliday ; Barling, David. / The Role and Engagement of Mayors in Local Food Policy Groups: Comparing the Cases of London and Bristol. Advances in Food Security and Sustainability. editor / David Barling ; Jessica Fanzo. Vol. 3 1. ed. London : Academic Press, 2018. pp. 177-209

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