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  • This book considers the essential purposes of economic development and how these can be incorporated into making people's lives better. It lookes at resources, and the skills, talents and needs of the world population and how strong local communities, small scale enterprises and a 'conserver' societ...

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  • This book explores the transition into a fast emerging new and very different energy economy and how it will affect our lives.

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  • Oil and gas are running out faster than most realise and this will have serious consequences for the whole world. Even by the year 2005, oil will start to become in short supply, prices will start rising and politicians will opt for the nuclear energy option - with all the consequences that this opt...

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  • The 20th century saw growth in population, food production and energy consumption and a shift from rural to urban areas causing a major impact on the environment. The earth now faces a decline in a number of areas: oil, natural gas and coal, minerals and ores, economic growth, grain harvests; fresh ...

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  • Population growth, mass urbanisation and climate change can all be positively impacted by innovation in the energy system – this was the message Energy Institute President Malcolm Brinded CBE FREng FEI delivered as he opened the 6th International Conference in Hong Kong. The event was jointly...

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  • Climate Change continues to provoke debate and this book is aimed at providing the layman with enough information to engage in the debate in an informed way by presenting both sides of the key arguments in a manner comprehensible to the non-scientist. Climate has always been changing, but the proble...

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