Co-benefits approach: Opportunities for implementing sponge city and urban heat island mitigation

@article{He2019CobenefitsAO,
  title={Co-benefits approach: Opportunities for implementing sponge city and urban heat island mitigation},
  author={Bao-jie He and Jin Zhu and Dongxue Zhao and Zhonghua Gou and Jinda Qi and Junsong Wang},
  journal={Land Use Policy},
  year={2019}
}
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