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Developing Policies and Instruments for Sustainable Household Consumption: Irish Experiences and Futures
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- Developing Policies and Instruments for Sustainable Household Consumption: Irish Experiences and Futures
Journal of Consumer Policy
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- 1. School of Natural Sciences, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
- 2. School of Geography and Archaeology, National University of Ireland, Rm 124, Galway, Ireland
- 3. School of Political Science and Sociology, NUI, Galway, Room 323, Áras Moyola, Galway, Ireland
- 4. School of Geography and Archaeology, National University of Ireland, Galway, Rm 104, University Road, Galway City, Ireland
- 5. Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin, Museum Building, Dublin 2, Ireland