Introducing Renewables: The Energy of Choice in the 21st Century (häftad)
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Introducing Renewables: The Energy of Choice in the 21st Century (häftad)

Introducing Renewables: The Energy of Choice in the 21st Century

Häftad Engelska, 2015-09-21
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At a time of increasingly alarming climate change and the global will among nearly every nation on earth to halt the path of global warming, renewables are at the forefront of the fight against it. After the COP21 Paris UNFCC Climate Summit, there is increasing interest in the potential of renewables to really help us move away from fossil fuels and to reorientate our energy and our economy towards a completely new direction. This book provides the non specialist reader with information about what renewables are available and the political economy that it is associated with each one. It presents a number of fascinating case studies from around the world- from countries as varied as The Netherlands, India, Mexico, Japan and the Philipines all written by local climate and economic experts. Climate Change is giving rise to increasing concern and .scientists are increasingly worried about how to solve this problem and tihs book begins to show readers how renewables really do provide the answers we all so urgently need.
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Chapter 1.1: Introducing renewables by Iolanda Cum, Chapter 1.2: Outlook and Dynamics of the Future By Federica Oriana Savarino,Chapter 1.3: Development of Solar Power in the World By Peter Yang,Chapter 2.1: Prospects and threats from renewable energies by Juliane Goke,Chapter 2.2: Replacing fossil fuels by renewables: It is urgent, technically straightforward and cost effective by A.R.G. Heesterman,Chapter 2.3: Ten Key Points for the Renewable Energy Society in the 21st Century by Ryota Koike,Chapter 3.1: Energy policies and economics by Maria Alejandra Caporale Madi,Chapter 3.2: Does the World Need Nuclear Power to Solve the Climate Crisis? by Oliver Tickell,Chapter 4.1: Challenges and Optimization strategy for Feed-in tariffs of Renewable Energy in Developing Countries by Olimjon Saidmamatov & Bahtiyor Eshchanov,Chapter 4.2: Institutional role changes to make the Dutch energy sector 'smart' and 'green' by Florianne de Boer,Chapter 4.3: Climate Change in Gujarat: A bar towards sustainable development by Indira Dutta and Stuti Haldar,Chapter 4.4: Air pollution from wood fired cooking stove by Jigme Tashi Tsering,Chapter 4.5: Solar Panels and renewable energy in Mexico by Jose G. Vargas-Hernandez,Chapter 4.6: Renewable Energy Development in Japan: Kuzumaki Town Local Innovation by Ryota Koike,Chapter 4.7: The Green Economic initiatives in the Philippines: Theoretical Formulations and Empirical Validations by Ernesto R. Gonzales and Jenny beb Ebo Feraer,Chapter 5.1: Intergenerational Equity: A Timely Reform to the Economics of Climate Change by Timothy Damon.