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Understanding intractable environmental policy conflicts: the case of the village that would not fall quietly into the sea
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The Geographical Journal
Volume 180, Issue 3, pages 224–235, September 2014
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Tebboth, M. (2014), Understanding intractable environmental policy conflicts: the case of the village that would not fall quietly into the sea. The Geographical Journal, 180: 224–235. doi: 10.1111/geoj.12040
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