Wageningen scientist says urban agriculture is not always good for social cohesion

While urban agriculture is often used as a tool for increasing social cohesion in neighbourhoods, Esther Veen believes that it does not always lead to better relationships between residents - this is the subject of her doctoral thesis, which she will be defending at Wageningen University on 15 June 2015.

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