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Environmental Costs Management of the Project: The Experience of Russia and Mongolia

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Effects of consumer-producer interactions in alternative food networks on consumers’ learning about food and agriculture

Solidale (Solidarity Purchasing Groups). Sociologia Ruralis, 52(1): 1–30. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9523.2011.00552.x COHEN, J. N., GEARHART, S., GARLAND, E. (2012): Community Supported Agriculture: A Commitment to a Healthier Diet. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 7(1): 20–37. DOI: 10.1080/19320248.2012.651393 COHEN, N., REYNOLDS, K., SANGHVI, R. (2012): Five borough farm: Seeding the future of urban agriculture in New York City. New York City, Design Trust for Public Space. CURTIS, K., WARD, R., ALLEN, K., SLOCUM, S. (2013): Impacts of

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Teenage overweight and obesity: A pilot study of obesogenic and obesoprotective environments in the Czech Republic

dietary behaviours among young people: a systematic review of reviews. Obesity Reviews, 12: 130–142. DING, D., GEBEL, K. (2012): Built environment, physical activity, and obesity: What have we learned from reviewing the literature? Health and Place, 18: 100–105. DODSON, J. L., HAI, Y., KASAT-SHORS, M., MURRAY, L., NGUYEN, N. K., RICHARDS, A. K., GITTELSOHN, J. (2009): Formative research for a healthy diet intervention among inner-city adolescents: The importance of family, school and neighborhood environment. Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 48: 39

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Religion and gender inequality: The status of women in the societies of world religions

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Comparing two distance measures in the spatial mapping of food deserts: The case of Petržalka, Slovakia

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Influence of Selected Organic Micropollutants on Organisms

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