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The Governance of Urban Food Waste in the Dayton Region: Lessons Learned from Select Cities
Urban Affairs and Geography Faculty Publications
  • Daniel N. Warshawsky, Wright State University - Main Campus
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Abstract
Publication Date
12-2-2016
Abstract

Food waste has emerged as a critical issue in many of the world’s cities. While some locales have developed some food reduction strategies, many cities have left food waste reduction to the market, non-governmental institutions, or individual actors.

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Presented at the American Planning Association's Ohio Miami Valley Section's Annual Meeting, Dayton, OH, December 2, 2016.

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Daniel N. Warshawsky. "The Governance of Urban Food Waste in the Dayton Region: Lessons Learned from Select Cities" (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/daniel_warshawsky/30/