In this book chapter, Johanna Mäkelä and Mari Niva investigate the role of lay people as stakeholders in climate change adaptation. Drawing on a practice-theoretical and everyday life approach, they suggest new conceptualizations that serve to bridge between production, manufacturing and consumption. If you are interested in receiving a copy of the book chapter, please contact Mari Niva (mari.niva(at)helsinki.fi).
Mäkelä, J. & Niva, M. (in press). Citizens and sustainable culinary cultures. In: Paloviita, Ari & Järvelä, Marja (2016). Climate change adaptation and food supply change management. London and New York: Routledge: Online: www.tandf.net/books/details/9781317634034/