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    'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research

    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

    Full text documents are added when available. The database is updated daily and currently holds about 240,000 items, of which 72,000 in open access.

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    Planning for a world beyond COVID-19 : Five pillars for post-neoliberal development
    Büscher, Bram ; Feola, Giuseppe ; Fischer, Andrew ; Fletcher, Robert ; Gerber, Julien François ; Harcourt, Wendy ; Koster, Martijn ; Schneider, Mindi ; Scholtens, Joeri ; Spierenburg, Marja ; Walstra, Vincent ; Wiskerke, Han - \ 2021
    World Development 140 (2021). - ISSN 0305-750X
    WP4 Regional Workshops : ROBUST Deliverable 4.2
    Wiskerke, J.S.C. ; Ruiz Martinez, Irune - \ 2020
    European Union - 120 p.
    Crisis drijft consument naar winkel in de buurt
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    Om een fatsoenlijke boterham te verdienen doet de helft van de boeren er iets bij: 'Een zonnepark geeft een vaste inkomensbron voor ons bedrijf'
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    Daycares to Wedding Halls: Dutch farmers branching out to make ends meet
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    Steeds meer boeren met bijbaan
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    De boer is niet alleen maar boer meer: steeds vaker inkomsten buiten het bedrijf
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    Koeien én een kinderopvang: de Nederlandse boer klust vaker bij
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    Steeds meer boeren doen er iets bij: 'Het werkt echt, kinderopvang en koeien'
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    Veehouders willen stikstofruimte inleveren
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    De goede boer
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    Crisis brengt boer, tuinder en consument dichter bij elkaar
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    Who still wants to become a farmer?
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    Lezing als onderdeel van lezingenserie getiteld 'De toekomst van ons voedsel' als onderdeel van de Jean Monnet Chair 'Food Governance in the European Union'
    Koeien én een kinderopvang: de Nederlandse boer klust vaker bij
    Wiskerke, Han - \ 2020
    Framework for “Circularity by Design” : Working Paper M1.1. Framework & Governance
    Valencia, Vivian ; Koppelmäki, Kari ; Morrow, Oona ; Vrieze, A.G.M. de; Wagenberg, C.P.A. van; Bos-Brouwers, H.E.J. ; Schulte, Rogier ; Wiskerke, J.S.C. - \ 2020
    Wageningen University & Research - 21 p.
    In this report, we identify and discuss the key limitations of a “circular economy”: a poor, practically non-existent, inclusion of a social dimension; a reductionist approach that undermines systemic change towards circular agri-food systems; and a focus on shallow leverage points that are not conducive to systemic change. We propose a radical approach to circularity by adopting the concept of a circular society, which extends to incorporate the social dimension. We root circularity by design on the integration of three frameworks: the doughnut economy, a food systems approach, and leverage points. The doughnut economy provides a vision for a safe operating space within planetary boundaries that places emphasis not on economic growth but rather on prosperity; while a food systems approach provides a methodology for mapping and navigating the doughnut economy by using a systemic approach and drawing from all dimensions of sustainability—economy, environmental and social. We draw attention to the need for targeting deep leverage points, which focus on design, and require institutional and value changes. Deep leverage points are in contrast with the technical and reductionists fixes (i.e., shallow points) that dominate interventions in the CE. The next report will delve on the applications of this framework on agri-food systems at the urban scale with a focus on deep leverage points around institutions and governance for the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area.
    Regenerating food systems : A social-ecological approach
    Duncan, J.A.B. ; Carolan, Michael ; Wiskerke, J.S.C. - \ 2020
    In: Routledge Handbook of Sustainable and Regenerative Food Systems / Duncan, Jessica, Carolan, Michael, Wiskerke, Johannes S.C., Routledge Taylor & Francis Group - ISBN 9781138608047 - p. 1 - 11.
    The future of food is uncertain. We are facing an overwhelming number of interconnected and complex challenges related to the ways we grow, distribute, access, eat, and dispose of food. Yet, there are stories of hope and opportunities for radical transition towards food systems that enhance the ability of living things to co-evolve. In this chapter we summarize the rationale for this Handbook on Sustainable and Regenerative Food Systems and reflect on the value and contribution of regenerative approaches to achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. We them propose six principles for regenerative food systems that build on the diverse contributions that make up this book: acknowledging and including diverse forms of knowing and being; taking care of people, animals and the planet; moving beyond capitalist approaches; commoning the food system; promoting accountable innovations; and long-term planning and rural–urban relations. We conclude by reflecting on the value of regenerative food systems as a concept and practice, proposing it has the potential to move us beyond the boundaries of sustainability. Regenerative approaches take into account not only farming systems, but also farm families, rural communities, landscapes, and regions and ecosystems. They are key to our collective food futures.
    Routledge Handbook of Sustainable and Regenerative Food Systems
    Duncan, J.A.B. ; Carolan, Michael ; Wiskerke, J.S.C. - \ 2020
    Routledge Taylor & Francis Group - ISBN 9781138608047 - 478 p.
    This handbook includes contributions from established and emerging scholars from around the world and draws on multiple approaches and subjects to explore the socio-economic, cultural, ecological, institutional, legal, and policy aspects of regenerative food practices.
    The future of food is uncertain. We are facing an overwhelming number of interconnected and complex challenges related to the ways we grow, distribute, access, eat, and dispose of food. Yet, there are stories of hope and opportunities for radical change towards food systems that enhance the ability of living things to co-evolve. Given this, activities and imaginaries looking to improve, rather than just sustain, communities and ecosystems are needed, as are fresh perspectives and new terminology. The Routledge Handbook of Sustainable and Regenerative Food Systems addresses this need. The chapters cover diverse practices, geographies, scales, and entry-points. They focus not only on the core requirements to deliver sustainable agriculture and food supply, but go beyond this to think about how these can also actively participate with social-ecological systems. The book is presented in an accessible way, with reflection questions meant to spark discussion and debate on how to transition to safe, just, and healthy food systems. Taken together, the chapters in this handbook highlight the consequences of current food practices and showcase the multiple ways that people are doing food differently.
    Achieving sustainable urban agriculture: setting the scene
    Wiskerke, J.S.C. - \ 2020
    In: Achieving sustainable urban agriculture / Wiskerke, Johannes Simon Cornelis, Cambridge : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited - ISBN 9781786763167 - p. xviii - xxxi.
    Creating a public policy framework to support urban agriculture
    Wiskerke, J.S.C. - \ 2020
    In: Achieving sustainable urban agriculture / Wiskerke, H., London : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited - ISBN 9781786763167 - p. 3 - 21.
    This chapter reviews the development of urban agriculture policy making. It assesses the key dilemmas, challenges and tensions involved in creating policy frameworks for urban agriculture. The chapter discusses examples of cities that have developed an urban (food and) agriculture policy: Rosario (Argentina), Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Antananarivo (Madagascar), and Toronto (Canada). Based on the dilemmas, challenges and tensions faced by urban policymakers, as well as these four examples, conclusions on future policy development are drawn and trends and priorities for future research are identified.
    Achieving sustainable urban agriculture
    Wiskerke, J.S.C. - \ 2020
    London : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited - ISBN 9781786763167 - 320 p.
    This collection reviews key recent research on developing urban and per-urban agriculture. Chapters first discuss ways of building urban agriculture, from planning and business models to building social networks to support local supply chains. Other chapters survey developments in key technologies for urban agriculture, including rooftop systems and vertical farming. The book also assesses challenges and improvements in irrigation, waste management, composting/soil nutrition and pest management. The final group of chapters provides a series of case studies on urban farming of particular commodities, including horticultural produce, livestock and forestry.
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