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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2007Environmental Data Exchange Network for Inland WaterHAASTRUP PALLE; WUERTZ JORGEN
2008Environmental Dynamics and Trends in the Mediterranean Sea: A satellite ViewBARALE Vittorio
1984Environmental Effects of Cadmium in Freshwater. A BibliographyWALLEN J.; WIGHTMAN A.s.; PENNING Willem
2012Environmental evaluation of agri-environment schemes using participatory approaches: Experiences of testing the Agri-Environmental Footprint IndexLOUWAGIE Geertrui; MAUCHLINE Alice L; MORTIMER Simon R; PARK Julian R; FINN John A; HAYSOM Karen; WESTBURY Duncan B; PURVIS Gordon; NORTHEY Greg; PRIMDAHL Jørgen, et al
2007Environmental Factors that May Explain the Geographical and Time Patterns in Respiratory HealthSKOULOUDIS Andreas
2013Environmental Footprint and Material Efficiency Support for Product Policy. Report on benefits and impacts/costs of options for different potential material efficiency requirements for Electronic displaysARDENTE FULVIO; MATHIEUX FABRICE; TALENS PEIRO LAURA
2004Environmental Impact of the Use of Natural Resources.NIELSEN P.h.; TUKKER Arnold; WEIDEMA B.p.; LAURIDSEN E.h.; NOTTEN P.; EDER Peter
2011Environmental impacts of changes to healthier diets in EuropeTUKKER Arnold; GOLDBOHM R. Alexandra; DE KONING Arjan; VERHEIJDEN Marieke; KLEIJN Renè; WOLF Oliver; PEREZ-DOMINGUEZ Ignacio; RUEDA CANTUCHE JOSE
2009Environmental Impacts of Diet Changes in the EUTUKKER Arnold; BAUSCH-GOLDBOHM Sandra; VERHEIJDEN Marieke; DE KONING Arjan; KLEIJN Renè; WOLF Oliver; PEREZ DOMINGUEZ Ignacio
2013Environmental impacts of future bioenergy pathways: the case of electricity from wheat straw bales and pelletsGIUNTOLI JACOPO; BOULAMANTI AIKATERINI; CORRADO Sara; MOTEGH Mahsa; AGOSTINI ALESSANDRO; BAXTER David
2013Environmental impacts of global supply chain: a review of scientific, policy and legal components for including environmental and climate challengesMIOLA Apollonia; DI PONTE Silvia; GIOVINE EMILIANO; CIUFFO BIAGIO
2006Environmental Impacts of Products: Policy Relevant Information and Data ChallengesEDER PETER; TUKKER Arnold; SUH Sangwon
2003Environmental Impacts. Remote-Sensing Monitoring of Environmental ImpactsCHEVREL S.; KUOSMANEN V.; GROESEL Klaus; MARSH Stewart; TUKIAINEN Tapio; SCHAEFFER Uwe; QUENTAL Lidia; VOSEN Peter; LOUDJANI Philippe; KURONEN Erkii, et al
2008Environmental Improvement of Passenger Cars (IMPRO-car)NEMRY FRANCOISE; LEDUC Guillaume; MONGELLI Ignazio; UIHLEIN Andreas
2012Environmental improvement of product supply chains: a review of European retailers' performanceSTYLES DAVID; SCHOENBERGER Harald; GALVEZ MARTOS JOSE LUIS
2012Environmental improvement of product supply chains: proposed best practice techniques, quantitative indicators and benchmarks of excellence for retailersSTYLES DAVID; SCHOENBERGER Harald; GALVEZ MARTOS JOSE LUIS
2008Environmental Improvement Potential of Residential BuildingsNEMRY Francoise; UIHLEIN Andreas
2014Environmental Improvement Potential of textiles (IMPRO Textiles)BETON Adrien; DIAS Debora; FARRANT Laura; GIBON Thomas; LE GUERN Yannick; DESAXCE Marie; PERWUELTZ Anne; BOUFATEH Ines; WOLF Oliver; KOUGOULIS IOANNIS STEFAN, et al
2008Environmental Improvement Potentials of Meat and Dairy ProductsWEIDEMA Bo; WESNAES Marianne; HERMANSEN John; KRISTENSEN Troels; HALBERG Niels; EDER Peter; DELGADO SANCHO Luis
2000Environmental Information Extraction from Satellite Remote Sensing Data.VERSTRAETE Michel max albert joseph; PINTY Bernard
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