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Michael Braungart ist Chemiker und Pr

Zusatzinformation: Cradle to Cradle - Braungart, Michael McDonough, William Schuler, Karin Pesch, Ursula

ISBN(s) 9783492304672
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 236
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Sozialwissenschaften/Recht/Wirtschaft
Kurztitel Braungart, Michael: Cradle to Cradle
Warengruppe TB/Sachbücher/Politik, Gesellschaft, Wirtschaft/Gesellschaft
ISBN-10 3492304672
Länge 188 mm
Breite 120 mm
Höhe 17 mm
Gewicht 280 gr
Umschlag, Vorderseite Ansehen
Produkttyp Taschenbuch
Verlag Piper Verlag GmbH
Serientitel Piper Taschenbuch
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