Publications

Books

K. Reynolds & N. Cohen. Beyond the Kale: Urban Agriculture and Social Justice Activism in NYC. The University of Georgia Press. (forthcoming)

N. Cohen, R. Sanghvi, K. Reynolds. 2012. Five Borough Farm: Seeding the Future of Urban Agriculture in New York City. NY: Design Trust for Public Space.

N. Cohen, General Editor. 2011. Green Cities: An A-to-Z Guide. The Sage reference series on green society: toward a sustainable future. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Articles, Book Chapters

N. Cohen & K. Wijsman. (2014). Urban Agriculture as Green Infrastructure. Urban Agriculture Magazine 27.

N. Cohen & K. Reynolds. 2014. Resource needs for a socially just and sustainable urban agriculture system: Lessons from New York City. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. (Accepted May 5, 2014)

N. Cohen & K. Reynolds. 2014. Urban Agriculture Policy Making in New York’s ”New Political Spaces”: Strategizing for a Participatory and Representative System. Journal of Planning Education and Research. Vol. 34(2) 221–234.

N. Cohen. 2014. Urban Food Systems Strategies. In The Elgar Companion to Sustainable Cities: Strategies, Methods and Outlook. H. Blanco and D. Mazmanian, eds. Edward Elgar Publishers.

N. Cohen. 2014. Policies to Support Urban Agriculture: Lessons from New York and Detroit. in Second Nature Urban Agriculture: Designing Productive Cities, A. Viljoen, K. Bohm, eds. Routledge.

N. Cohen and R. Subramaniam. (2012). Living Concrete/Carrot City: An exhibition platform as a growing medium. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. 2(3), 91–102.

N. Cohen. 2012. Planning for Urban Agriculture: Problem Recognition, Policy Formation, and Politics in Sustainable Food Planning: Evolving Theory and Practice, A. Viljoen, and J. S. C. Wiskerke, eds. Wageningen Academic Publishers.

N. Cohen. 2011. How Great Cities Are Fed Revisited: 10 Municipal Policies to Support the New York City Foodshed. Fordham Environmental Law Review. Volume 22. No. 3. Fall 2011. pp. 691-710.

N. Cohen and D. Derryck. 2011. Corbin Hill Road Farm Share: A hybrid food value chain in practice. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. 1(4), 85–100.

N. Cohen and J. Obadia. 2011. Greening the Food Supply in New York City. in Sustainability in America’s Cities: Creating the Green Metropolis. M. Slavin, ed. Washington, DC: Island Press. pp. 205-225.

N. Cohen. 2010. Designing the Sustainable Foodshed: A Cross-Disciplinary Undergraduate Environmental Studies Course. Innovative Higher Education, 35(1), 51–60. Springer.

N. Cohen. 2010. Building an Urban Food System for the 21st Century. in J. P. Hicks and D. Morris, eds., 2010. From Disaster to Diversity: What’s Next for New York City’s Economy? NYC: Drum Major Institute.

N. Cohen. 2007. The Suburban Farm. Urban Agriculture Magazine. No. 19. December.

Essays

N. Cohen, K Reynolds. 2014. A Kale of Two Cities: Cultivating Social Justice. Huffington Post Food for Thought.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nevin-cohen/new-york-urban-agriculture_b_5146052.html

N. Cohen, K. Ackerman, K. 2011. Breaking New Ground. The New York Times.
http://bittman.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/11/21/breaking-new-ground/

N. Cohen. 2011. Food Policy Offers Tasty Morsels, Not a Complete Meal. Gotham Gazette. Jul 25, 2011.
http://www.gothamgazette.com/article/environment/20110725/7/3571

N. Cohen. 2009. Build The Strong Bones Of A City Food System. City Limits. March 30, 2009.
http://www.citylimits.org/news/articles/3722/build-the-strong- bones

N. Cohen. 2007. Civic Agriculture = Sane Housing. The Nation. December 17, 2007.
http://www.thenation.com/article/civic-agriculture-sane-housing

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