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close this bookThe Global Greenhouse Regime: Who Pays? (UNU, 1993, 382 pages)
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Open this folder and view contentsPart I Measuring responsibility
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Open this folder and view contentsPart III National greenhouse gas reduction cost curves
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Open this folder and view contentsAppendix: The Climate change convention

List of contributors

Dilip Ahuja is a Senior Analyst with the Bruce Company which provides technical support to the USEPA's Climate Change Division:215, 1100 6th St, SW, Washington DC, 20024 USA; fax 1202 4791009

Mark Cherniack directs IlEC's regional office in Bangkok and helped to develop the Demand Side Management (DSM) Master Plan for Thai utilities: International Institute for Energy Conservation, Racquet Club Building, 8 Sukhumvit Soi 4919, Bangkok 10110 Thailand; fax 66 2 381 0815

Ogunlade R Davidson is Director, Research & Development, University of Sierra Leone, Freetown, Sierra Leone; fax 232 22 224439

Peter du Pont works with the Asia Office of the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC) in Bangkok to implement a major energy efficiency initiative in Thailand: International Institute for Energy Conservation, Racquet Club Building, 8 Sukhumvit Soi 4919, Bangkok 10110 Thailand; fax 66 2 381 0815

Peter Hayes is a researcher on security, resource, and environmental issues related to Asia Pacific, at Nautilus Pacific Research, 746 Ensenada Ave. Berkeley, CA 94707, USA; fax 1510 526 9297

Stanislav F Kolar is a consultant specializing in energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reductions in Eastern Europe: Kolar Associates, 1527 Q St, NW, Washington DC, 20009, USA; fax 202 3877701

Jose Roberto Moreira is Executive Director of the Biomass Users Network, an NGO dealing at the international level with rational use and production of biomass: BAN, Rua Francisco Dias Velho, 814, Brooklyn Novo, 04581-001-S. PauloSP-Brazil; fax 55 11 5435494

Somthawin Patanavanich is a research associate in the Natural Resources and Environment Program at the Thailand Development Research Institute. She has done extensive research on the link between deforestation, energy use, and climate change: TDRI, Rajapark Building, 163 Asoke Rd. Bangkok 10110 Thailand; fax 662 3810815

Michael Philips recently completed a major report on the energy-lending activities of the multilateral development banks for the International Institute for Energy Conservation, Racquet Club Building, 8 Sukhumvit Soi 4919, Bangkok 10110 Thailand; fax 66 2 381 0815

Alan Douglas Poole is an independent consultant for energy, transport and environmental planning in developing countries: Rua Marques de Sao Vicente 86, apt 211, Gavea, 22451, Rio de Janeiro, RJ Brazil; fax c/o WEE, 552 11233 4334

Amulya Reddy is President of the International Energy Initiative 2515 Borebank Road, Benson Town, Bangalore, 560 046, India; fax 91812 346 234

Hugh Saddler led Australia's first major study of the economic impact of energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reductions at: Energy Policy Analysis Pty Ltd. Suite 105, 55 Townshend St, Phillip ACT 2606, Australia; fax 616 2853583

Jayant Sathaye is Co-Leader of the International Energy Studies Group at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Bldg 90, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA; fax 1 415 4866294

Kirk R Smith works on environmental risks in Asian developing countries, especially those relating to unprocessed biofuels for cooking and spaceheating. He is Senior Fellow at the Program on Environment at the East West Center, 1777 East West Rd. Honolulu, Hawaii, 96848, USA; fax 1 808 944 7298

Susan Subak coordinates the climate change work at Stockholm Environment Institute's Boston office, and is a technical reviewer and modeller for the IPCC's Task Force on Greenhouse Gases; SKI, 89 Broad St, Boston, MA 02110, USA; fax 1 617 4267692

Joel Swisher is an engineering economist specializing in resource planning and greenhouse economics at RISO National Laboratory, PO Box 49, DK 4000 Roskilde, Denmark; fax 45 46 321999

Michael Wilford is a solicitor with experience in maritime law and insurance law. He is a consultant to Clyde & Co, an international law firm, and a Senior Associate of the Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development, King's College, Manresa Road, London SW3 6LX, United Kingdom; fax 44-351-6435