Der Artikel „Sustainable energy transformations in an age of populism, post-truth politics, and local resistance" (Open access)


von Cornelia Fraune und Michèle Knodt aus dem Jahr 2018 hat es unter die Kategorie der „Meist zitiertesten Artikel“ der Zeitschrift Energy Research & Social Science geschafft.

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