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STIRPAT, IPAT and ImPACT: analytic tools for unpacking the driving forces of environmental impacts

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  • York, Richard
  • Rosa, Eugene A.
  • Dietz, Thomas

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  • York, Richard & Rosa, Eugene A. & Dietz, Thomas, 2003. "STIRPAT, IPAT and ImPACT: analytic tools for unpacking the driving forces of environmental impacts," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 46(3), pages 351-365, October.
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