The development and use of the UK environmental futures scenarios: perspectives from cultural theory

Eames, M. and Skea, J. 2003. The development and use of the UK environmental futures scenarios: perspectives from cultural theory. Greener Management International. 37, pp. 53-70.

TitleThe development and use of the UK environmental futures scenarios: perspectives from cultural theory
AuthorsEames, M. and Skea, J.
JournalGreener Management International
Journal citation37, pp. 53-70
ISSN0966-9671
YearMar 2003
Publication dates
PublishedMar 2003

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