2 edition of Have planners understood the poor people"s energy problem? found in the catalog.
Have planners understood the poor people"s energy problem?
Bea C. Groen
by University of Twente, Technology and Development Group in Enschede, Netherlands
Written in English
|Statement||SEARET project: principal researchers, Drs. Bea C. Groen, Drs. Cornie R Huizenga.|
|Contributions||Huizenga, Cornie R.|
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