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close this bookSustainable Energy News - No. 32 - February 2001- Women & Energy - World Vision 2050 (INFORSE, 2001, 20 p.)
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Publications


Beating the Heat - Why and How We Must Combat Global Warming

A dynamic highly readable book, which calls to arms for renewable energy advocates helping mitigate global warming. It could become a handbook for climate activists who wants to polish their arguments based on hard scientific, political and energy system information. It counts the costs and clears myths.

By John J. Berger, PhD, specialist, authors of 7 other books on environment.

134 pages, 2000, ISBN 1-893163-05-9, Price: $10

Contact: Berkley Hills Books, PO Box 9877, Berkley, California 94709, USA.
Ph: +1-888-8487303,
www.berkleyhills.com or the author:
e-mail: JohnJBerger@prodigy.net.


We can do it! We will do it! And We Are Doing It! Building an Ecovillage Future

The personal journey and vision of Ross Jackson, the founder of Gaia Trust a grant-making foundation. The currency-based hedge fund's profit supports groups around the world that are pioneering the development of ecovillages and green enterprises. We can read about the inspiring time when the Gaia foundation was created with all its difficulties.

We visit the world in 2064, the Eco-Village Era, where people live in small communities of 500 people. All nations joined the Gaian League, including USA, which has a women president. The petrol disappeared. The transportation is with "Sunway". All this happened after the big break down, an environmental disaster, in 2013.

By JT Ross Jackson, PhD, Chairman of GaiaCorp

ISBN 1-885003-45-5, $ 9.95, Sept. 2000.

Contact: Robert d. Reed Publishers,
San Francisco California 94121, USA.
Fax: +1-650-994-6579,
e-mail: 4bobreed@msn.com,
www.rdrpublishers.com.


Sustainable Development International

Autumn 2000, Edition 4. It provides showcases for strategies and technologies for local-global Agenda 21 implementation. It includes an invitation to the UN global Compact by the UN Secretary General. Among others, it has sections on energy and transport, as they are the core themes for CSD9.

Gratis. 180 pages. ISSN 1466-4739

Contact: ICG Publishing ltd, 14 Greville street, London EC1N 8SB UK.
Ph: +44-20 78710123, fax: +44-20 78710101,
e-mail: info@sustdev.org,
www.sustdev.org.


How Safe is 'Safe Enough' -Chernobyl Reactors in the EU?

A FOE paper on the nuclear power plants in the EU accession countries 18 pages, October 2000.

Contact: Patricia Lorenz,
Friends of the Earth Europe,
Rue Blanche 29, 1060 Brussels, Belgium.
Ph: +32 2 5420184, fax: +32 2 5375596,
e-mail: patricia.lorenz@foeeurope.org,
www.foeeurope.org.


Liberalization of Europe's Electricity Markets-Is the Environment paying the price for cheap power?

By Antony Froggatt, Greenpeace

Report, 50 pages, May 2000

North See Offshore Wind A Powerhouse for Europe, By Greenpeace and German Wind Energy Institute.

Study, 83 pages, and poster, November 2000.

Contact: Karl Mellon, Greenpeace
Int'l, Keizersgracht 176, 1016 DW
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Ph: +31-20-523 6222, fax: +31 20 5236200,
e-mail: receptie@ams.greenpeace.org.


Coming Clean - How clean is nuclear energy?

Information brochure
16 pages, October 2000

Contact: WISE and Groenlinks in the European Union, Wiertzstraat 1047
Brussels, Belgium.
Ph: +32 2 284 7327, fax: +32 2 284 9327,
e-mail: wkersten@europarl.eu.int,
www.groenlinks.nl/europa.


CAN 2000

International NGO Directory of the Climate Action Network 320 NGO from 81 countries.

Contact: 44 rue du Taciturne, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Ph: +32 2 2310180, fax: +32 2 2305713,
e-mail: info@climnet.org,
www.climnet.org.