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Water Energy and Food Security Nexus


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  • Unknown, 2016. "Water Energy and Food Security Nexus," Conference Proceedings 253272, Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies (IDSAsr).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:ingacp:253272

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