- Title Pages
1Urban gardening and the quest for just uses of space in Europe
2Conflation in political gardening: concepts and practice
3City wastelands: creating places of vernacular democracy
4Temporary urban landscapes and urban gardening: re-inventing open space in Greece and Switzerland
5Urban gardening and spatial justice from a mid-size city perspective: the case of Ortobello Urban Garden
6Community gardening for integrated urban renewal in Copenhagen: securing or denying minorities’ right to the city?
7Limits to growth? Why gardening has limited success growing inclusive communities
8Is urban gardening a source of wellbeing and just freedom? A Capability Approach based analysis from the UK and Ireland
9Food for all? Critically evaluating the role of the Incredible Edible movement in the UK
10The foreseen future of urban gardening
- Urban gardening and the struggle for social and spatial justice
- Chiara Certomà, Susan Noori, Martin Sondermann
- Manchester University Press
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