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The Future of Energy: Technology for a Sustainable Energy System

 The Future of Energy: Technology for a Sustainable Energy System
  5th-Feb-2010
Description: Energy is the lifeblood of modern civilization. How Do We Meet Growing Demands for Energy While Protecting the Planet? Projected Energy Demand and Global Energy Consumption are examined. 85% of world-wide energy consumption is from fossil fuels. Carbon dioxide emissions have risen dramatically over the past two hundred years… leading to the buildup of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, global warming, and ocean acidification.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Environmental
Contents:
Stanford University

Global Climate & Energy Project
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The Future of Energy: Technology for a Sustainable Energy System
Professor Sally M. Benson Director, Global Climate and Energy Project Stanford University
Science and technology for a low GHG emission world.

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