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Professor Katja Neves on the role of botanic gardens and urban agriculture in conservation, poverty alleviation, and more

An anthropological research project on the social dimensions of agri-environmental governance
July 5, 2018
By Rebecca Tittler

Are you interested in knowing more about how botanical gardens and urban agriculture can contribute not only to global conservation efforts but also to the alleviation of poverty, the mitigation of social isolation, and stress of physical and mental illness? Tune in to the latest edition of the The Neuchâtel Food-Environment-Agriculture Interview Series to hear more about the work of LSRC fellow and Associate Professor of Sociology/Anthropology Dr. Katja Neves.

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