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Setting the agenda: climate change adaptation and mitigation for food systems in the developing world

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  • Wollenberg, E., 2012. "Setting the agenda: climate change adaptation and mitigation for food systems in the developing world," IWMI Working Papers H045821, International Water Management Institute.
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