Just another buzzword? A systematic literature review of knowledge-related concepts in sustainability science

  title={Just another buzzword? A systematic literature review of knowledge-related concepts in sustainability science},
  author={Cristina I. Apetrei and Guido Caniglia and Henrik von Wehrden and Daniel J. Lang},
  journal={Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions},
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