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Place, taste, or face-to-face? Understanding producer–consumer networks in “local” food systems in Washington State
T Selfa, J Qazi
Agriculture and human values 22 (4), 451-464, 2005
3872005
Envisioning agricultural sustainability from field to plate: Comparing producer and consumer attitudes and practices toward ‘environmentally friendly’food and farming in …
T Selfa, RA Jussaume, M Winter
Journal of rural studies 24 (3), 262-276, 2008
952008
The politics of building alternative agro-food networks in the belly of agro-industry
JA Qazi, TL Selfa
Food, Culture & Society 8 (1), 45-72, 2005
952005
Predictors of pro-environmental behavior in rural American communities
B Takahashi, T Selfa
Environment and Behavior 47 (8), 856-876, 2015
882015
Biofuels Bonanza?: Exploring community perceptions of the promises and perils of biofuels production
T Selfa, L Kulcsar, C Bain, R Goe, G Middendorf
biomass and bioenergy 35 (4), 1379-1389, 2011
822011
Climate change perceptions of NY state farmers: the role of risk perceptions and adaptive capacity
B Takahashi, M Burnham, C Terracina-Hartman, AR Sopchak, T Selfa
Environmental management 58 (6), 946-957, 2016
692016
Shifting lands: Exploring Kansas farmer decision-making in an era of climate change and biofuels production
SS White, T Selfa
Environmental management 51 (2), 379-391, 2013
562013
Depoliticizing land and water “grabs” in Colombia: the limits of Bonsucro certification for enhancing sustainable biofuel practices
T Selfa, C Bain, R Moreno
Agriculture and Human Values 31 (3), 455-468, 2014
532014
Assessing impacts of payments for watershed services on sustainability in coupled human and natural systems
H Asbjornsen, AS Mayer, KW Jones, T Selfa, L Saenz, RK Kolka, ...
BioScience 65 (6), 579-591, 2015
482015
News media analysis of carbon capture and storage and biomass: perceptions and possibilities
AM Feldpausch-Parker, M Burnham, M Melnik, ML Callaghan, T Selfa
Energies 8 (4), 3058-3074, 2015
482015
The politics of community-based conservation in natural resource management: a focus for international comparative analysis
T Selfa, J Endter-Wada
Environment and Planning A 40 (4), 948-965, 2008
462008
Superweeds or Survivors? Framing the Problem of glyphosate resistant weeds and genetically engineered crops
C Bain, T Selfa, T Danachi, S Velardi
Journal of Rural Studies 51, 211-221, 2017
442017
Interrogating social sustainability in the biofuels sector in Latin America: tensions between global standards and local experiences in Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia
T Selfa, C Bain, R Moreno, A Eastmond, S Sweitz, C Bailey, GS Pereira, ...
Environmental management 56 (6), 1315-1329, 2015
442015
Family farming, agribusiness and the state: Building consent around oil palm expansion in post-neoliberal Brazil
D Cordoba, T Selfa, J Abrams, D Sombra
Journal of Rural Studies, 2017
372017
Family farming, agribusiness and the state: Building consent around oil palm expansion in post-neoliberal Brazil
D Cordoba, T Selfa, J Abrams, D Sombra
Journal of Rural Studies, 0
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The politics of imaginaries and bioenergy sub-niches in the emerging Northeast US bioenergy economy
M Burnham, W Eaton, T Selfa, C Hinrichs, A Feldpausch-Parker
Geoforum 82, 66-76, 2017
352017
Framing and reframing the environmental risks and economic benefits of ethanol production in Iowa
C Bain, T Selfa
Agriculture and human values 30 (3), 351-364, 2013
342013
Unruly pathogens: eliciting values for environmental risk in the context of heterogeneous expert knowledge
R Fish, M Winter, DM Oliver, D Chadwick, T Selfa, AL Heathwaite, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 12 (3), 281-296, 2009
332009
Global benefits, local burdens? The paradox of governing biofuels production in Kansas and Iowa
T Selfa
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 25 (2), 129-142, 2010
312010
Emerging sociotechnical imaginaries for gene edited crops for foods in the United States: implications for governance
C Bain, S Lindberg, T Selfa
Agriculture and Human Values 37 (2), 265-279, 2020
292020
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