Citizens

Keith James, Liz Goodwin, David Evans, Catherine Cherry, Nick Pidgeon, Margaret Bates, Mark Walport (Editor), Ian Boyd (Editor)

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This volume comprises chapters which form the evidence for the Government Chief Scientific Adviser’s Report: From Waste to Resource Productivity, together with illustrative case studies. It should be cited as: Report of the Government Chief Scientific Adviser: From waste to productivity. Evidence and Case Studies.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationReport of the Government Chief Scientific Adviser
Subtitle of host publicationFrom Waste to Resource Productivity: Evidence and Case Studies
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherGovernment Office for Science
Chapter9
Pages125-136
Number of pages222
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2017

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James, K., Goodwin, L., Evans, D., Cherry, C., Pidgeon, N., Bates, M., ... Boyd, I. (Ed.) (2017). Citizens. In Report of the Government Chief Scientific Adviser: From Waste to Resource Productivity: Evidence and Case Studies (pp. 125-136). London: Government Office for Science.
James, Keith ; Goodwin, Liz ; Evans, David ; Cherry, Catherine ; Pidgeon, Nick ; Bates, Margaret ; Walport, Mark (Editor) ; Boyd, Ian (Editor). / Citizens. Report of the Government Chief Scientific Adviser: From Waste to Resource Productivity: Evidence and Case Studies. London : Government Office for Science, 2017. pp. 125-136
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Citizens. / James, Keith; Goodwin, Liz; Evans, David; Cherry, Catherine; Pidgeon, Nick; Bates, Margaret; Walport, Mark (Editor); Boyd, Ian (Editor).

Report of the Government Chief Scientific Adviser: From Waste to Resource Productivity: Evidence and Case Studies. London : Government Office for Science, 2017. p. 125-136.

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