Innovative teaching and learning pathways for responsible use of resources focusing on the ESEE region

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Innovative teaching and learning pathways for responsible use of resources focusing on the ESEE region. / Murphy, Mariaelena; Corina Pacher.

2021. International Conference on Raw Materials and Circular Economy, Athens, Greece.

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Murphy, M & Corina Pacher 2021, 'Innovative teaching and learning pathways for responsible use of resources focusing on the ESEE region', International Conference on Raw Materials and Circular Economy, Athens, Greece, 5/09/21 - 9/09/21.

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Murphy, M., & Corina Pacher (2021). Innovative teaching and learning pathways for responsible use of resources focusing on the ESEE region. International Conference on Raw Materials and Circular Economy, Athens, Greece.

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Murphy M, Corina Pacher. Innovative teaching and learning pathways for responsible use of resources focusing on the ESEE region. 2021. International Conference on Raw Materials and Circular Economy, Athens, Greece.

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Murphy, Mariaelena ; Corina Pacher. / Innovative teaching and learning pathways for responsible use of resources focusing on the ESEE region. International Conference on Raw Materials and Circular Economy, Athens, Greece.6 p.

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