Chris Kjeldsen

Steps towards an integrated eco-economy: The case of Randers, Denmark

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Steps towards an integrated eco-economy : The case of Randers, Denmark. / Kjeldsen, Chris; Christensen, Bo Allesøe.

2013. Paper præsenteret ved XXV ESRS Conference 2013, Florence, Italien.

Publikation: KonferencebidragPaperForskning

Harvard

Kjeldsen, C & Christensen, BA 2013, 'Steps towards an integrated eco-economy: The case of Randers, Denmark', Paper fremlagt ved XXV ESRS Conference 2013, Florence, Italien, 29/07/2013 - 02/08/2013.

APA

Kjeldsen, C., & Christensen, B. A. (2013). Steps towards an integrated eco-economy: The case of Randers, Denmark. Paper præsenteret ved XXV ESRS Conference 2013, Florence, Italien.

CBE

Kjeldsen C, Christensen BA. 2013. Steps towards an integrated eco-economy: The case of Randers, Denmark. Paper præsenteret ved XXV ESRS Conference 2013, Florence, Italien.

MLA

Kjeldsen, Chris og Bo Allesøe Christensen Steps towards an integrated eco-economy: The case of Randers, Denmark. XXV ESRS Conference 2013, 29 jul. 2013, Florence, Italien, Paper, 2013.

Vancouver

Kjeldsen C, Christensen BA. Steps towards an integrated eco-economy: The case of Randers, Denmark. 2013. Paper præsenteret ved XXV ESRS Conference 2013, Florence, Italien.

Author

Kjeldsen, Chris ; Christensen, Bo Allesøe. / Steps towards an integrated eco-economy : The case of Randers, Denmark. Paper præsenteret ved XXV ESRS Conference 2013, Florence, Italien.

Bibtex

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