What is land for?: the food, fuel and climate change debate by Michael Winter

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9781844077205
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9781844077205
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383187571520
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02 Nov, 2019, 03:43 GMT

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"What is land for?. : the food, fuel and climate change debate Format: Hardback Type: BOOK Publisher: Routledge UK Release Date: 20091023 Language: English. Tackling the crucial current debate about competing claims for uses of land, this text reflects the contemporary challenges of bioenergy resources and climate change."
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