Corpus ID: 132815274

Gut für uns, gut für den Planeten: Gesunde Ernährung und eine geringe Lebensmittelverschwendung können unseren ökologischen Fußabdruck in erheblichem Ausmaß reduzieren

@inproceedings{Teran2013GutFU,
  title={Gut f{\"u}r uns, gut f{\"u}r den Planeten: Gesunde Ern{\"a}hrung und eine geringe Lebensmittelverschwendung k{\"o}nnen unseren {\"o}kologischen Fu{\ss}abdruck in erheblichem Ausma{\ss} reduzieren},
  author={T. D. D. Teran},
  year={2013}
}

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