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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 6, NUMBER 5, MAY 1993

PERIODICALS...
COAL


Item #d93may89

"All the Coal in China," N. Lenssen, World Watch, 22-29, Mar.-Apr. 1993.

Unless China embraces a new strategy for producing and using energy, its fast-growing economy could overwhelm international efforts to control greenhouse warming.


Item #d93may90

Special section: "Why Coal Has a Future," New Scientist, 20-41, Jan. 23, 1993.

Prompted by the current governmental review of whether Britain will play any part in developing coal as a global source of power. Five articles look at work being done outside Britain to make coal the most attractive fuel of the future, and at the technological, geological and economic factors apparently overlooked in Britain's pursuit of short-term profitability.


Item #d93may91

"Chinese Coal Darkens the Sun," H. Strandberg, Enviro, 14-17, Dec. 1992.

Part of an issue following up on the Rio conference, this article emphasizes the importance for global climate of reducing China's CO2 emissions, and the need for rich countries to help.

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