At CCCB LAB we have always worked to promote an open and distributed culture. This digital magazine is an online project with an informative vocation and is not for profit.
As far as possible, we always published the blog’s contents under Creative Commons licences. These types of licences offer some rights to third parties under certain conditions, such as the commercial use of the work, the creation of derived works or the possibility that these works maintain the licence of the original work.
The CCCB Lab contains writing by different authors who choose in which conditions they wish to share their text. At the end of the article we indicate which licence the text is subject to.
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AUTHOR SURNAME, NAME (Year). Article title. Article originally published on the CCCB LAB blog under XXX licence. URL: https://lab.cccb.org/en/ [Last consulted: date]
For example: WATTS, L. (2018). Making Energy Futures at the Island Edge. Article originally published on the CCCB LAB blog under licence CC-BY-NC-ND. URL: https://lab.cccb.org/en/making-energy-futures-at-the-island-edge/ [Last consulted: 3 April 2018]
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