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Kyoto Protocol implications

July 2000 - Kyoto Protocol implicationsThis selection of essays examines some of the issues surrounding greenhouse gas emissions and market based mechanisms for limiting it. What will work? What alternative fuels are available? Should we worry about greenhouse at all?

Editor's Note: We sought submissions for this feature from politicians, the timber and farming industries and alternative energy groups.  At the date of publication, no submissions have been received from them.  We would welcome submissions from any interested parties, especially in the areas mentioned above, who wish to contribute an article.

CO2 emissions and energy prices in the Asia-Pacific region
by Robert McRae - 15/07/2000
Is nuclear energy an option for the new millennium?
by Evelyne Bertel and Peter Wilmer - 15/07/2000
The Kyoto implications for coal: the new challenges
by Ron Knapp - 15/07/2000
Abatement action needed
by Micheil Brodie - 15/07/2000
Australia must lift its game
by Shane Rattenbury - 15/07/2000
Global warming raises political temperature
by Barry Maley - 15/07/2000
The economic future of nuclear power in competitive markets
by Hans-Holger Rogner, Lucille Langlois and John Cleveland - 15/07/2000

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