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Efrat Eizenberg

adjusted to the urbanised landscape. In other parts, the idea was imported by local residents, the authorities, or by supporting NGOs (see, for example, Alon-​Mozes and Eizenberg, 2018 for their review of Mediterranean Basin forms of urban agriculture). The impressive spread of the phenomenon brought about a similarly intensive surge in research examining it, producing since the wake of the millennium a plethora of articles, books, research groups and guidelines. Hopes, promises, potentials and their negations The literature on contemporary forms of urban gardening

in Urban gardening and the struggle for social and spatial justice
The case for practice theory
Matthew Hanchard

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in Time for mapping