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Transdisciplinary sustainability science at higher education institutions: science policy tools for incremental institutional change

Bibliographic reference Dedeurwaerdere, Tom. Transdisciplinary sustainability science at higher education institutions: science policy tools for incremental institutional change. In: MDPI/Sustainability, Vol. 5, no.9, p. 3783-3801 (4 Septembre 2013)
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