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Case Study 5 Low carbon mobility transitions in China

DOI: 10.23912/978-1-910158-64-7-3281

ISBN: 978-1-910158-64-7

Published: November 2016

Component type: chapter

Published in: Low Carbon Mobility Transitions

Parent DOI: 10.23912/978-1-910158-64-7-2847

Abstract

The first edited collection to examine how we can transition to a future of low carbon methods of travel and mobility.

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Contributors

  • David Tyfield, Centre for Mobilities Research, Lancaster University, UK (Author)
  • Dennis Zuev, Centre for Mobilities Research, Lancaster University, UK and CIES-ISCTE, Portugal (Author)

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Tyfield & Zuev, 2016

Tyfield, D. & Zuev, D. (2016) "Case Study 5 Low carbon mobility transitions in China" In: Hopkins, D. & Higham, J. (ed) . Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers http://dx.doi.org/10.23912/978-1-910158-64-7-3281

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