Edited By: David L Greene and Danilo J Santini
357 pages, Figs, tabs
The 11 chapters in this book are based on presentations at the 1991 conference on the subject, whose participants recognised that global climate change has no `quick fix', but requires a long-run strategy. This book attempts to put the problem of the US transportation system into perspective among world-wide systems. The effects of engine technology improvements, fuel choice and production, vehicle design, commercial transportation requirements, transportation choices by consumers, and government policies are also examined.
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