Environmental and self-sufficiency assessment of the energy metabolism of tourist hubs on Mediterranean Islands: The case of Menorca (Spain)
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KeywordsEnergy modeling; Tourist hubs; Self-sufficiency; Carbon emissions; Transport;
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