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Where to implement local biotech innovations? A framework for multi-scale socio-economic and environmental impact assessment of Green Bio-Refineries

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Where to implement local biotech innovations? A framework for multi-scale socio-economic and environmental impact assessment of Green Bio-Refineries. / Cong, Ronggang; Stefaniak, Irena; Madsen, Bjarne Hartz; Dalgaard, Tommy; Jensen, Jørgen Dejgård; Nainggolan, Doan; Termansen, Mette.

I: Land Use Policy, Bind 68, 2017, s. 141-151.

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Cong, R, Stefaniak, I, Madsen, BH, Dalgaard, T, Jensen, JD, Nainggolan, D & Termansen, M 2017, 'Where to implement local biotech innovations? A framework for multi-scale socio-economic and environmental impact assessment of Green Bio-Refineries', Land Use Policy, bind 68, s. 141-151. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2017.07.036

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Cong, R., Stefaniak, I., Madsen, B. H., Dalgaard, T., Jensen, J. D., Nainggolan, D., & Termansen, M. (2017). Where to implement local biotech innovations? A framework for multi-scale socio-economic and environmental impact assessment of Green Bio-Refineries. Land Use Policy, 68, 141-151. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2017.07.036

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Cong R, Stefaniak I, Madsen BH, Dalgaard T, Jensen JD, Nainggolan D o.a. Where to implement local biotech innovations? A framework for multi-scale socio-economic and environmental impact assessment of Green Bio-Refineries. Land Use Policy. 2017;68:141-151. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2017.07.036

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Cong, Ronggang ; Stefaniak, Irena ; Madsen, Bjarne Hartz ; Dalgaard, Tommy ; Jensen, Jørgen Dejgård ; Nainggolan, Doan ; Termansen, Mette. / Where to implement local biotech innovations? A framework for multi-scale socio-economic and environmental impact assessment of Green Bio-Refineries. I: Land Use Policy. 2017 ; Bind 68. s. 141-151.

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