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Global Energy Economics and Climate Protection Report 2009

By: Valentin Crastan
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Global Energy Economics and Climate Protection Report 2009
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The Global Energy Economics and Climate Protection Report 2009 compiles the essential indicators which are necessary to assess the climate evolution. The report explains the most important facts and indicators, shows the data for all important regions of the world and comments on the data with a focus on the key players. As a result, the report provides with the important facts and the knowledge necessary to for a quantitative climate discussion. The Annex of the report gives a concise overview on the fundamentals of energy economy, a brief analysis of the global energy economy, and a table of the main CO2 Emissions - sorted according to countries and sectors (Electricity, Fuel, Heating).

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Introductory remarks.- Main report: Objectives and indicators.- Climate protection and required measures.- Indicator values required for 2030.- Indicator values required for 2050.- Concluding remarks.

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By: Valentin Crastan
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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