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The Impact of Workplace Initiatives on Low Carbon Behaviours

Published: 23 Mar 2012
ISBN:
9781780457581

This research, commissioned jointly by the Scottish Government, Defra and the 2020 Climate Group, investigates ‘what works’ in delivering low-carbon behavioural initiatives in the workplace.

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The Impact of Workplace Initiatives on Low Carbon Behaviours
BIBLIOGRAPHY

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