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Adaptation to climate change as a development project: Acase study from Northern Burkina Faso

Bibliographic reference Nielsen, Jonas Østergaard ; D'haen, Sarah ; Reenberg, Anette. Adaptation to climate change as a development project: Acase study from Northern Burkina Faso. In: Climate and Development, Vol. 4, no. 1, p. 16-25 (2012)
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