Climate change

Citizen social science for more integrative and effective climate action: A science-policy perspective

Kythreotis, Andrew P.;Mantyka-Pringle, Chrystal;Mercer, Theresa G.;et al.


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Kythreotis, Andrew P.;Mantyka-Pringle, Chrystal;Mercer, Theresa G.;et al. (2019). Citizen social science for more integrative and effective climate action: A science-policy perspective. Frontiers in Environmental Science. https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2019.00010

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