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close this bookSustainable Energy Strategies - Materials for Decision-makers (SEED - UNDP, 2000, 208 p.)
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This material was prepared by the Energy and Atmosphere Programme (EAP) in the Sustainable Energy and Environment Division (SEED), Bureau for Development Policy (BDP) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The EAP wishes to thank the Government of Norway for their support towards the production of this material. Special thanks are due to the Swedish International Development Co-operation Agency (SIDA) for their support to the formulation of the chapter on energy and gender. Many thanks to the contributing authors who wrote the chapters. The EAP is also very grateful to all of the reviewers who provided useful suggestions and comments on the chapters. In particular, the manual benefited from valuable comments from the following people: Khadija Belfakir, Jan Cloin, Lauren Coche, Ad Dankers, Barbara Farhar, Yasushi Hibi, Steve Hirsch, Suresh Hurry, Arun Kashyap, Susan Legro, Dorothy Lele, Tim Mayer, Annie Roncerel, Geir Sjoberg, and Lucy Wamukonya. UNDP is also grateful to Julia Ptasznik, Associated Printed Productions, for her cover and page layout, graphic design and printing arrangements. This material benefited from technical editing by Minoru Takada, Ellen Morris, and Sudhir Chella Rajan, under the direction of Professor Thomas Johansson, Director, EAP.