Steps to Transdisciplinary Sustainability Research

Tanner, Carmen
December 2003
Human Ecology Review;Winter2003, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p180
Academic Journal
Discusses the steps to transdisciplinary sustainability research in conservation psychology studies. Potential influence of psychology; Collaboration between various scientists and practitioners; Development of a common perspective.


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