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Can We Tweet, Post, and Share Our Way to a More Sustainable Society? A Review of the Current Contributions and Future Potential of #Socialmediaforsustainability

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            Journal
            Annual Review of Environment and Resources
            Annu. Rev. Environ. Resour.
            Annual Reviews
            1543-5938
            1545-2050
            November 2016
            November 2016
            : 41
            : 1
            : 363-397
            10.1146/annurev-environ-110615-090000
            © 2016

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