Changing Energy-Based Consumption Patterns via creating climatically and socio-culturally responsive urban spaces

AESOP Young Academics Conference


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E. Peker, “Changing Energy-Based Consumption Patterns via creating climatically and socio-culturally responsive urban spaces,” presented at the AESOP Young Academics Conference, Reading, İngiltere, 2012, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: