Energy, and Economic Development, Tokyo Conference on Global Environment, "Environment, Energy, and Economy: Strategies for Sustainable"
United Nations University Press | 1998-01 | ISBN: 9280809113 | 381 pages | HTML | 1.6 MB
This book deals with short-term and long-term issues associated with directions of economic development in developing as well as industrialized countries. It examines various aspects of the interrelationships among the environment, energy requirements, and economic development--a topic much discussed since the Rio Earth Summit. It emphasizes the increasing environmental stress arising from such human activities as growing energy consumption associated with economic development; the risk of further environmental degradation due to economic development in developing countries; the importance of global environmental problems such as climate change resulting from greenhouse gas emissions; the role of new technologies in solving the trilemma of energy demand, economic development; and the need for removing technological, economic, and social barriers to achieving sustainable development. It underscores the need for further scientific information and analytical studies, such as improved climate and econometric modelling. The book will be of tremendous value to experts and policymakers dealing with energy and sustainable development issues.
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