Energy Security in the Era of Climate Change: The Asia-Pacific Experience
L. Anceschi, J. Symons
Springer, Jan 12, 2016 - Political Science - 299 pages
Leading scholars assess the transformations in energy security policy that flow from recognition of global climate change. They explore through case studies the key policy responses formulated in the Asia-Pacific and identify potential synergies between energy policy and climate mitigation efforts.
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