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Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 13)
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  • Special Issue 23 2021 – Industry and Waste : Toward the Circular
           Economy

    • Abstract: Facts Reports Special Issue 23   Industry and Waste : Toward the Circular Economy
      Foreword [Full text] Amy Luers
      Introduction [Full text] Nicolas Renard
      Circular economy: strategies and policies [Full text]
      1. The need for a new waste management model
      The need for a new waste management model [Full text] Helen Micheaux
      From waste to urban mines: a historical perspective on the circular economy [Full text] Franck Aggeri
      Resource Reuse and Recycling: Limitations and Potential Opportunities [Full text] Thomas Graedel
      Enhanced landfill mining, concept and challenges [Full text] Joakim Krook
      Extended producer responsibility (EPR) in France [Full text] Jacques Vernier
      Illegal waste shipment: an overview [Full text] Katie Olley
      Circular Africa: a model for us all? [Full text] Alexandre Lemille
      2. Shifting how the various actors behave
      Shifting how the various actors behave [Full text] Joël Ntsondé
      Towards a society of sobriety: conditions for a change in consumer behavior [Full text] Valérie Guillard
      Accelerating the transition to circular consumption models: the example of the AGEC law in France [Full text] Adèle Chasson and Laetitia Vasseur
      The power of public procurement in the transition to a circular economy [Full text] Ashleigh McLennan and Birgitte Krebs Schleemann
      Questioning the digital reflex [Full text] Xavier Verne
      Industrial symbiosis: practices in China’s industrial parks [Full text] Kai Zhao
      Industrial eco-parks as drivers of the circular economy [Full text] Franck Aggeri
      Measuring circularity at the corporate level [Full text] Irene Martinetti and Jarkko Havas
      Co-development of industrial-quality post-consumer recycled plastic: the example of Groupe SEB and Veolia [Full text] Ingrid Tams, Jacques Tanquerel, Françoise Weber and François Guéneron
      3. Pathways to an innovative circular economy
      Pathways to an innovative circular economy ...
      PubDate: 2021-11-23
       
  • Special Issue 22 2020 – Water, Waste & Energy: Prospects for essential
           services in Africa

    • Abstract: Facts Reports Special Issue 22   Water, Waste & Energy: Prospects for essential services in Africa
      Foreword [Full text] Mamphela Ramphele
      Introduction [Full text] Nicolas Renard
      Access to essential services: key figures and progress on the African continent [Full text] Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé
      1. Heading towards 2030: outlook and challenges for essential services in Africa
      Heading towards 2030: outlook and challenges for essential services in Africa [Full text] Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé
      Brakes and levers for the development of essential services in Africa [Full text] Ibrahim Assane Mayaki
      How can Africa’s water companies boost their resilience when facing health crises? [Full text] Fadel Ndaw
      Africapolis: understanding the dynamics of urbanization in Africa [Full text] Philipp Heinrigs
      The quest for efficient waste management architecture in Ghana [Full text] Martin Oteng-Ababio
      The toilet: unmentionable humanitarian object or luxury good? [Full text] Tatiana Thieme and Justin De Koszmovszky
      Water governance in a context of scarcity [Full text] Houria Tazi Sadeq
      African smart cities in 2030 [Full text] Sénamé Koffi Agbodjinou
      2. High-potential innovations for a fast-changing continent
      High-potential innovations for a fast-changing continent [Full text] Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé
      Voicing the urban poor: experience from an energy justice program for and by slum dwellers [Full text] David Sheridan, Mwaura Njogu, Andrew Maki and Frederick Agyemang
      Planning and managing Africa’s cities: what place for technology innovations? [Full text] Guillaume Josse
      Decentralized electricity solutions: innovation in essential services is no substitute for policy [Full text] Sylvy Jaglin and Emmanuelle Guillou
      Wastewater reuse: a solution with a future [Full text] Christophe Maquet
      rePATRN: experience with informal waste pickers in Ghana [Full text] Jeffrey Provencal
      Unlocking the circular economy potential to tackle the sanitation challenge [Full text] Louise Couder and Sheila Kibuthu
      Smart meters: innovating to improve water supply in a post-COVID context [Full text] Sam Drabble, Rosemary Campbell, Philip Oyamo and Rosie Renouf

      PubDate: 2020-12-23
       
  • Special Issue 21 2020 – Indoor air quality: tackling the challenges
           of the invisible

    • Abstract: Facts Reports Special Issue 21   Indoor air quality: tackling the challenges of the invisible
      Foreword [Full text] Philippe Kourilsky
      Introduction [Full text] Nicolas Renard
      Paradigm change is needed to answer the indoor air quality challenge [Full text] Nicolas Dutreix and Cédric Baecher
      1. Indoor air quality: a multifaceted public health problem
      Indoor air quality: a multifaceted public health problem [Full text] Cédric Baecher, Fanny Sohui, Leah Ball and Octave Masson
      Managing indoor air quality to protect occupant health [Full text] Fabien Squinazi
      Energy transition for better air quality: a public health issue [Full text] Maria P. Neira
      The Indoor Air Quality Observatory (OQAI): a unique project to understand air pollution in our living spaces [Full text] Corinne Mandin
      Commuting by subway? What you need to know about air quality [Full text] Teresa Moreno and Fulvio Amato
      What do we breathe inside our cars? Characterization of the infiltration of pollutants and recommendations [Full text] Amine Mehel
      2. Acting for healthy indoor air: from measurement to remediation
      Acting for healthy indoor air: from measurement to remediation [Full text] Cédric Baecher, Fanny Sohui, Leah Ball and Octave Masson
      Monitor, inform, understand, innovate: the role of Airparif, a non-profit organization accredited by France’s Ministry of the Environment to monitor air quality [Full text] Karine Léger
      Architecture and the challenges of indoor air quality [Full text] Dietmar Feichtinger
      From identifying to acting: how to guarantee good quality air in buildings [Full text] Sabine Fauquez and Frédéric Bouvier
      Using plants and soil microbes to purify indoor air: lessons from NASA and Biosphere 2 experiments [Full text] Bill C. Wolverton and Mark Nelson
      Artificial intelligence and indoor air quality: better health with new technologies [Full text] Yann Boquillod
      3. From public perceptions to policymaking: shining light on an invisible pollution
      From public perceptions to policymaking: shining light on an invisible pollution [Full text] Cédric Baecher, Fanny Sohui, Leah Ball and Octave Masson
      Public perception of indoor air quality in China, Belgium and France: the discovery of an invisible enemy [Full text] Laurence Bedeau
      A multiparty and global effort to address air pollution around the world
      PubDate: 2020-02-24
       
  • Special Issue 20 2019 – Urban Agriculture: Another Way to Feed
           Cities

    • Abstract: Facts Reports Special Issue 20   Urban Agriculture: Another Way to Feed Cities
      Foreword [Full text] Pierre Marc Johnson
      Introduction [Full text] Nicolas Renard
      1. New agricultural purposes in the city
      New agricultural purposes in the city [Full text] Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé
      Historical perspectives on the ties between cities and food [Full text] Nicolas Bricas and Damien Conaré
      Urban agriculture in the Global North & South: a perspective from FAO [Full text] Makiko Taguchi and Guido Santini
      Peri-urban agriculture: lessons learnt from Jakarta and Addis Ababa [Full text] Stephan Pauleit, Didit Okta Pribadi and Hany Abo El Wafa
      How the municipality of Quito supports vulnerable city dwellers through urban agriculture [Full text] Alexandra Rodríguez Dueñas
      Urban agriculture as a climate change and disaster risk reduction strategy [Full text] Marielle Dubbeling, René van Veenhuizen and Jess Halliday
      The revival of urban agriculture: an opportunity for the composting stream [Full text] Marjorie Tendero and Carola Guyot Phung
      Using architecture to reconnect cities with nature [Full text] Anthony Bechu and Clémence Bechu
      2. The plurality of urban agriculture models
      The plurality of urban agriculture models [Full text] Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé
      Urban agriculture: boon or bust? [Full text] Martin Stuchtey and Tilmann Vahle
      Vertical farms, building a viable indoor farming model for cities [Full text] Dickson Despommier
      Permaculture and bio-intensive micro-agriculture: the Bec Hellouin farm model [Full text] Charles Hervé-Gruyer
      Aquaponics: a positive impact circular economy approach TO feeding cities [Full text] Steven Beckers
      Recirculating aquaculture system-based salmon farming [Full text] Thomas Hofmann
      Reappropriating urban space through community gardens in Brazil [Full text] Claudia Visoni and Gustavo Nagib
      3. The challenges of deploying urban agriculture
      The challenges of deploying urban agriculture [Full text] Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé
      PubDate: 2019-09-24
       
  • Special Issue 19 2019 – Reinventing Plastics

    • Abstract: Reinventing Plastics
      Foreword [Full text] Harvey V. Fineberg
      Introduction [Full text] David Ojcius and Nicolas Renard
      1. Plastics: from apogee to controversy
      Plastics: from apogee to controversy [Full text] Fanny Arnaud
      The history of plastics: from the Capitol to the Tarpeian Rock [Full text] Philippe Chalmin
      Plastics recycling worldwide: current overview and desirable changes [Full text] Woldemar d’Ambrières
      Why the “New Plastics Economy” must be a circular economy [Full text] Daniel Calleja
      The informal waste sector: a solution to the recycling problem in developing countries [Full text] Siddharth Hande
      Plastics from a whole planet perspective [Full text] Erin Simon
      2. Value and limitations of plastics
      Value and limitations of plastics [Full text] Fanny Arnaud
      Accelerating transition to a circular economy in plastics [Full text] Nicolas Grégoire and Igor Chauvelot
      Closed-loop polypropylene, an opportunity for the automotive sector [Full text] Toni Gallone and Agathe Zeni-Guido
      Microplastics in our oceans and marine health [Full text] Subhankar Chatterjee and Shivika Sharma
      Microplastics in the oceans: the solutions lie on land [Full text] André Abreu and Maria Luiza Pedrotti
      The challenges of measuring plastic pollution [Full text] Julien Boucher and Guillaume Billard
      3. Reinventing the future of plastic
      Reinventing the future of plastic [Full text] Fanny Arnaud
      Towards a New Plastics Economy [Full text] Sander Defruyt
      Turning the Netherlands into a Plastic Circular Hotspot [Full text] Hildagarde McCarville
      Project STOP: city partnerships to prevent ocean plastics in Indonesia
      PubDate: 2019-03-01
       
  • Special Issue 18 2018 – Resilient Cities

    • Abstract: Resilient Cities
      Foreword [Full text] Mamphela Ramphele
      Introduction [Full text] Nicolas Renard
      1. Challenges and risks specific to urban areas
      Challenges and risks specific to urban areas [Full text] Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé
      Urban resilience: introducing this issue and summarizing the discussions [Full text] Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé
      Breaking the cycle of risk accumulation in Sub-Saharan Africa [Full text] Mark Pelling
      The challenges of degrowth in cities [Full text] Daniel Florentin
      Housing and integrating refugees in Hamburg [Full text] Anselm Sprandel
      Three questions to Guillaume Capelle, co-founder and director of the NGO Singa [Full text] Guillaume Capelle
      2. Typology of actions to improve cities’ resilience
      Typology of actions to improve cities’ resilience [Full text] Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé
      Copenhagen: resilience and liveability [Full text]
      A comprehensive strategy of resilience: Veolia and Swiss Re partnership in New Orleans [Full text] Laurent Auguste
      Perspectives of a reinsurance company on resilience: three questions to Ivo Menzinger, Swiss Re [Full text] Ivo Menzinger
      Empowering “Small Flows” in the urban fabric: experiences from Japan [Full text] Hidetoshi Ohno
      Hackers Against Natural Disasters: accustoming people to risk [Full text] Gaël Musquet
      3. Conditions for success and implementation of resilience strategies
      Conditions for success and implementation of resilience strategies [Full text] Mathilde Martin-Moreau and David Ménascé
      Helping cities drive transformation: the 100 Resilient Cities Initiative [Full text] Michael Berkowitz and Arnoldo Matus Kramer
      Resilience Bonds: a business-model for resilient infrastructure [Full text] Shalini Vaijhala and James Rhodes

      PubDate: 2018-12-15
       
 
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