Willingness to pay for urban agriculture in Oslo

Geir Wæhler Gustavsen, Helge Berglann, Elisabeth Jenssen, Signe Kårstad & Divina Gracia Rodriguez
Urban agriculture is increasingly recognized as an important sustainable pathway for climate change adaptation and mitigation, for building more resilient cities, and for citizens’ health. Urban agriculture systems appear in many forms – both commercial and non-commercial. The value of the services derived from urban agriculture, e.g. enhanced food security, air quality, water regulation, and high level of biodiversity, is often difficult to quantify to inform policymakers and the general public in their decision making....
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