Raychel Santo
Raychel Santo
Senior Research Program Coordinator, Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future
Verified email at jhu.edu
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Vacant lots to vibrant plots: a review of the benefits and limitations of urban agriculture
R Santo, A Palmer, B Kim
John Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, 2016
842016
Country-specific dietary shifts to mitigate climate and water crises
BF Kim, RE Santo, AP Scatterday, JP Fry, CM Synk, SR Cebron, ...
Global environmental change 62, 101926, 2020
542020
The importance of reducing animal product consumption and wasted food in mitigating catastrophic climate change
B Kim, R Neff, R Santo, J Vigorito
John Hopkins center for livable future. DOI 10, 2015
352015
Towards a trans-local food governance: Exploring the transformative capacity of food policy assemblages in the US and UK
R Santo, A Moragues-Faus
Geoforum 98, 75-87, 2019
292019
Food Policy Council Report 2018
K Bassarab, R Santo, A Palmer
Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, 2019
182019
Instituting Change: An Overview of Institutional Food Procurement and Recommendations for Improvement
C Fitch, R Santo
Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, 2016
182016
A critical examination of the available data sources for estimating meat and protein consumption in the USA
KS Fehrenbach, AC Righter, RE Santo
Public Health Nutrition 19 (8), 1358-1367, 2016
172016
Collaboration meets opportunity: The baltimore food policy initiative
R Santo, R Yong, A Palmer
Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development 4 (3), 193 …, 2014
142014
Considering plant-based meat substitutes and cell-based meats: A public health and food systems perspective
RE Santo, BF Kim, SE Goldman, J Dutkiewicz, E Biehl, MW Bloem, ...
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4, 134, 2020
132020
Finding our way to food democracy: Lessons from US food policy council governance
K Bassarab, JK Clark, R Santo, A Palmer
Politics and Governance 7 (4), 32-47, 2019
112019
Between global and local: Exploring regional food systems from the perspectives of four communities in the US Northeast
A Palmer, R Santo, L Berlin, A Bonanno, K Clancy, C Giesecke, ...
Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development 7 (4), 187-205, 2017
92017
Food policy for all: Inclusion of diverse community on food policy councils
M McCullagh, R Santo
Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, 2014
72014
Food Policy For All: Inclusion of Diverse Community Residents on Food Policy Councils
M McCullagh, R Santo
Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, 2014
62014
Advocacy & Lobbying 101 for Food Policy Councils
C Chen, R Santo, B Ellison, A Maiolatesi
Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future; Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic, 2019
52019
State of the Research: An Annotated Bibliography on Existing, Emerging, and Needed Research on Food Policy Groups
R Santo, K Bassarab, A Palmer
Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, 2017
52017
Researching the Baltimore City Food Environment: Contributions from The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
R Santo, A Palmer, A Buczynski
Johns Hopkins: Center for a Livable Future, 2015
52015
Concerns re: interpretation and translation of findings in Energy use, blue water footprint, and greenhouse gas emissions for current food consumption patterns and dietary …
BF Kim, KE Nachman, RA Neff, ML Spiker, RE Santo
Environment Systems and Decisions 36 (1), 104-105, 2016
42016
Questions and Concerns Re: Blue Water Footprints Reported in “Water Footprint of Meat Analogs: Selected Indicators According to Life Cycle Assessment”
RE Santo, BF Kim, KE Nachman
Water 12 (5), 1270, 2020
22020
The Rise of Municipal Food Movements
K Morgan, R Santo
Localizing Global Food: Short Food Supply Chains as Responses to Agri-Food …, 2018
22018
Promoting sustainable food system change amidst inequity: A case study of Baltimore, Maryland
H Swartz, R Santo, RA Neff
Advances in food security and sustainability 3, 135-176, 2018
22018
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