Climate and Energy: The Feasibility of Controlling CO2 Emissions
Rapidly increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, emerging evidence of global warming and the threat of uncontrollable climate feedback mechan:i,sms are now triggering international action to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases. In 1989 the Intergovernmental Panel on Clim...
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- A Tool for Long Term Global Greenhouse Policy Analysis
- 4. How to Decrease the CO2 Emissions While Saving Money
- 5. Energy Conservation for a Long Term, Sustainable Energy Policy
- 6. Prospects for Carbon Dioxide Emission Reduction
- 7. The Potential of Renewable Energy to Reduce CO2 Emissions
- 8. The Prospects of Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conversion
- 9. Reforestation, A Feasible Contribution to Reducing the Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Content?
- 10. The Recovery of Carbon Dioxide from Power Plants
- 11. Storage of Carbon Dioxide in the Oceans
- 12. Disposal of Carbon Dioxide in Depleted Natural Gas Reservoirs
- 13. An All-Electric Society for Less CO2?
- 14. Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier to Reduce CO2 Emissions
- 15. The Carbon-Dioxide Substitution Potential of Methane and Uranium Reserves
- 16. Integrated Assessment of Energy-Options for CO2 Reduction
- 17. Carbon Dioxide and Policy Options