A software-based predictive model for greenhouse gas mitigation: Towards environmental sustainability: Iberian Conference on Information Systems and Technologies, CISTI

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Greenhouse gases
Information technology
Sustainable development
Carbonates
Information systems
Membranes
Fuel additives
Global warming
Gas emissions
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