Achieving a Sustainable Global Energy System: Identifying Possibilities Using Long-term Energy Scenarios

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Leo Schrattenholzer, Asami Miketa, Keywan Riahi,, Richard Alexander Roehrl
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 219 pages
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Sustainable development and global climate change have figured prominently in scientific analysis and international policymaking since the early 1990s. This book formulates technology strategies that will lead to environmentally sustainable energy systems
 

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Contents

1 Sustainable development and climate change
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11 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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12 SCENARIOS
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13 SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT SCENARIOS
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14 AUDIENCE AND OBJECTIVES
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15 STRUCTURE OF THIS BOOK
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2 Methodology
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22 BUILDING LONGTERM E3 SCENARIOS
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43 FURTHER EXAMPLES OF TECHNOLOGY CLUSTERS
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44 IDENTIFYING MARKET SUCCESS MS CLUSTERS
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45 A COMPREHENSIVE EXAMPLE OF CLUSTERS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS
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5 A sustainabledevelopment scenario in detail
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51 NUMERICAL ASSUMPTIONS FOR THE TWO SCENARIOS
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52 MODEL RESULTS
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53 ESTIMATION OF RD EXPENDITURES PLUS POLICY IMPLICATIONS
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6 Summary and policy implications
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3 Energyeconomyenvironment scenarios at IIASAECS
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32 EXPLORING THE RANGES
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33 IIASAS LONGTERM E3 SCENARIOS
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34 RESULTS OF ALL THREE SCENARIO SETS
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35 ANALYSIS OF MITIGATION SCENARIOS
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36 ANALYSIS OF SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT SCENARIOS
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4 Technology clusters
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42 TECHNOLOGY KINSHIP
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MESSAGE a technical model description
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2 MATHEMATICAL MODEL DESCRIPTION
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3 MESSAGEMACRO
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4 THE SCENARIO GENERATOR SG
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5 A BRIEF SUMMARY OF MESSAGES APPLICATIONS
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Index
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