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Systemic ethics and inclusive governance: two key prerequisites for sustainability transitions of agri-food systems

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Bibliographic reference Bui, Sibylle ; Da Costa, Ionara ; De Schutter, Olivier ; Dedeurwaerdere, Tom ; Hudon, Marek ; et. al. Systemic ethics and inclusive governance: two key prerequisites for sustainability transitions of agri-food systems. In: Agriculture and Human Values, Vol. Symposium/Special Issue, p. 1-12 (2019)
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