The cost of putting the environment on the backburner

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The cost of putting the environment on the backburner. / Lundhede, Thomas; Bull, Joseph; zu Ermgassen, Sophus ; Strange, Niels; Süring, Charlotte ; Wunder, Sven; Thorsen, Bo Jellesmark.

Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2023. 5 s.

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Lundhede, T, Bull, J, zu Ermgassen, S, Strange, N, Süring, C, Wunder, S & Thorsen, BJ 2023, The cost of putting the environment on the backburner. Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen.

APA

Lundhede, T., Bull, J., zu Ermgassen, S., Strange, N., Süring, C., Wunder, S., & Thorsen, B. J. (2023). The cost of putting the environment on the backburner. Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen.

Vancouver

Lundhede T, Bull J, zu Ermgassen S, Strange N, Süring C, Wunder S o.a. The cost of putting the environment on the backburner. Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2023. 5 s.

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Lundhede, Thomas ; Bull, Joseph ; zu Ermgassen, Sophus ; Strange, Niels ; Süring, Charlotte ; Wunder, Sven ; Thorsen, Bo Jellesmark. / The cost of putting the environment on the backburner. Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2023. 5 s.

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