|Sustainable Energy News - No. 21 May 1998 (INFORSE, 1998, 20 p.)|
Human Ecology, Human Economy - Ideas for an ecologically
Basic concepts, case studies, and policy directions. Case studies include: greenhouse response in the energy sector, impact of energy use, urban transport, ecologically sustainable development m Australia
Edited by Mark Diesendorf and Clive Hamilton.
Book, 378 pages, 1997.
Contact: Allen & Unwin, 9 Atchison qtr., St. Leonards NSW 2065 Australia. Ph: +61-1-9901-4088, fax: +61-299062218, http://www.allen-unwin.com.au.
- Acidification Air Poilution: Still with Us.
Book, 94 pages, 1997.
- For Cleaner Air - it will pay to reduce acidifying
Leaflet, 8 pages, gratis, 1997
- Sex, Sulphur and a Fishy Business
Video, 58 minutes, gratis, 1997
The video is scheduled for showing on TV in Sweden and Norway. Its aim: "shaking up viewers and again getting one of our greatest environmental catastrophes (acidification) high up on the political agenda".
Contact: The Swedish NGO Secretariat on Acid Rain, Box 7005, 40231 Gorg, Sweden. Ph: +46-31-105590, fax: +46-31-711-46220, e-mail: email@example.com.
Stepping Towards Sustainability in Energy: Political proposals for Europe.
Report of the findings of EASE, "Energy Alternatives for a Sustainable Europe" campaign, which held 25 seminars on energy issues across Europe. Organisations from 8 European countries worked together on the project
Main report (English) £20, 1997.
Summary report (English), 24 pages, £5, 1997.
The Summary report is available in Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Georgian, German, Italian, Lithuanian, Spanish, and Ukrainian.
Contact: John Green, Friends of the Earth Scotland, 72
Newhaven Road, Edinburgh EH6 5QG, Scotland.
Ph: +44-131-554-9977, fax: +44-131-554-8656,
Climate Protection Policies: Can we Afford to Delay?
The report is about the Climate Protection Initiative, which is a partnership between WRI and private firms to identify acceptable policies for achieving strong climate protection goals.
By Duncan Austin.
Report 38 pages, $9.95, 1997.
Contact: World Resources institute, 1709 New York Ave.,
Washington, DC 20006. USA.
Ph: +1-202-638-6300, fax: +1-202-638-0036,
No. 1: Environmental taxes, No. 2: Climate Change, No. 3 Environmental Agreements, No. 4 Local Authorities.
Reports, each 60 pages, ach 10 ECU, 1996-98.
Contact: European Environment Agency, Kongens Nytorv 6, 1050 Copenhagen K, Denmark. Ph: +45-33 367100, fax: +45-33367199, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, http: //www.eea.dk/.