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Global Energy Assessment (GEA) [toward a sustainable future] eds.: Thomas B. Johansson ; Anand Patwardhan ; Nebojša Naki´cenovi´c ; Luis Gomez-Echeverri. [International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis]

Contributor(s): Johansson, Thomas B [Hrsg.] | Patwardhan, Anand Prabhakar [Hrsg.] | Naki´cenovi´c, Nebojša [Hrsg.] | Gomez-Echeverri, Luis [Hrsg.] | International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cambridge [u.a.] Cambridge Univ. Press [u.a.] 2012Description: XVIII, 1865 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.ISBN: 9781107005198; 978-0-521-18293-5.Subject(s): Energy policy | Power resources | Energy development | Energy securityDDC classification: 333.79 Summary: Contents: Key findings ; Summary for policy makers ; Technical summary ; 1. Energy primer ; 2. Energy, poverty, and development ; 3. Energy and environment ; 4. Energy and health ; 5. Energy and security ; 6. Energy and economy ; 7. Energy resources and potentials ; 8. Energy end-use: industry ; 9. Energy end-use: transport ; 10. Energy end-use: buildings ; 11. Renewable energy ; 12. Fossil energy ; 13. Carbon capture and storage ; 14. Nuclear energy ; 15. Energy supply systems ; 16. Transitions in energy systems ; 17. Energy pathways for sustainable development ; 18. Urban energy systems ; 19. Energy access for development ; 20. Land and water: linkages to bioenergy ; 21. Lifestyles, well-being and energy ; 22. Policies for energy system transformations: objectives and instruments ; 23. Policies for energy access ; 24. Policies for the Energy Technology Innovation System (ETIS) ; 25. Policies for capacity development ; Annex I. Acronyms, abbreviations and chemical symbols ; Annex II. Technical guidelines ; Annex III. Contributors to the Global Energy Assessment ; Annex IV. Reviewers of the Global Energy Assessment Machine generated contents note: Foreword; Preface; Key findings; Summary for policy makers; Technical summary; 1. Energy primer; 2. Energy, poverty, and development; 3. Energy and environment; 4. Energy and health; 5. Energy and security; 6. Energy and economy; 7. Energy resources and potentials; 8. Energy end-use: industry; 9. Energy end-use: transport; 10. Energy end-use: buildings; 11. Renewable energy; 12. Fossil energy; 13. Carbon capture and storage; 14. Nuclear energy; 15. Energy supply systems; 16. Transitions in energy systems; 17. Energy pathways for sustainable development; 18. Urban energy systems; 19. Energy access for development; 20. Land and water: linkages to bioenergy; 21. Lifestyles, well-being and energy; 22. Policies for energy system transformations: objectives and instruments; 23. Policies for energy access; 24. Policies for the Energy Technology Innovation System (ETIS); 25. Policies for capacity development; Annex I. Acronyms, abbreviations and chemical symbols; Annex II. Technical guidelines; Annex III. Contributors to the Global Energy Assessment; Annex IV. Reviewers of the Global Energy Assessment; Index.
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Contents: Key findings ; Summary for policy makers ; Technical summary ; 1. Energy primer ; 2. Energy, poverty, and development ; 3. Energy and environment ; 4. Energy and health ; 5. Energy and security ; 6. Energy and economy ; 7. Energy resources and potentials ; 8. Energy end-use: industry ; 9. Energy end-use: transport ; 10. Energy end-use: buildings ; 11. Renewable energy ; 12. Fossil energy ; 13. Carbon capture and storage ; 14. Nuclear energy ; 15. Energy supply systems ; 16. Transitions in energy systems ; 17. Energy pathways for sustainable development ; 18. Urban energy systems ; 19. Energy access for development ; 20. Land and water: linkages to bioenergy ; 21. Lifestyles, well-being and energy ; 22. Policies for energy system transformations: objectives and instruments ; 23. Policies for energy access ; 24. Policies for the Energy Technology Innovation System (ETIS) ; 25. Policies for capacity development ; Annex I. Acronyms, abbreviations and chemical symbols ; Annex II. Technical guidelines ; Annex III. Contributors to the Global Energy Assessment ; Annex IV. Reviewers of the Global Energy Assessment Machine generated contents note: Foreword; Preface; Key findings; Summary for policy makers; Technical summary; 1. Energy primer; 2. Energy, poverty, and development; 3. Energy and environment; 4. Energy and health; 5. Energy and security; 6. Energy and economy; 7. Energy resources and potentials; 8. Energy end-use: industry; 9. Energy end-use: transport; 10. Energy end-use: buildings; 11. Renewable energy; 12. Fossil energy; 13. Carbon capture and storage; 14. Nuclear energy; 15. Energy supply systems; 16. Transitions in energy systems; 17. Energy pathways for sustainable development; 18. Urban energy systems; 19. Energy access for development; 20. Land and water: linkages to bioenergy; 21. Lifestyles, well-being and energy; 22. Policies for energy system transformations: objectives and instruments; 23. Policies for energy access; 24. Policies for the Energy Technology Innovation System (ETIS); 25. Policies for capacity development; Annex I. Acronyms, abbreviations and chemical symbols; Annex II. Technical guidelines; Annex III. Contributors to the Global Energy Assessment; Annex IV. Reviewers of the Global Energy Assessment; Index.

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