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Charging Ahead The Business of Renewable Energy and What it Means for America

By: John J Berger
416 pages, B/w photos
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  • Charging Ahead ISBN: 9780520216143 Paperback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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An argument in favour of a shift to clean energy sources, outlining the environmental and economic benefits.

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John J. Berger writes and teaches on energy and natural resource issues and is a consultant on environmental science and policy. He is the author of books on nuclear and renewable energy and is the editor of Environmental Restoration: Science and Strategies for Restoring the Earth (1990).
By: John J Berger
416 pages, B/w photos
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