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Section I: Energy statistics

  1. Incandescent vs. compact fluorescent (
  2. It starts at home (
  3. Too 'plugged in' (
  4. Enron Energy Outlook 1999-2020 (
  5. Energy production and consumption, 1985-95 Data Table 15.1 (WRI, World Resources 1998-99, p333-341)

Section II: Introduction to energy

  1. Box 3.7: Effects of energy taxes and subsidies on the economy and the environment (WRI, World Resources 1998-99, p92)
  2. International Energy Outlook 1998 with Projections through 2020 (Report# DOE/EIA-0484-98,
  3. Reinvesting in the energy system (Christopher Flavin and Seth Dunn Brown, in State of the World 1999, Millennial Edition, p22-40)
  4. The environmental trends that are shaping our future (Christopher Flavin et al., Vital Signs, p48-55, 1999)
  5. I. Energy and its links to major issues; II. New technologies, new possibilities (UNDP Initiative for Sustainable Energy, Summary,
  6. Science Magazine (AAAS, Jul. 30, 1999)
  7. Energy After Rio: Prospects and Challenges, Executive Summary (Amulya K.N. Reddy et al., UNDP, International Energy Initiative, Energy 21, Stockholm Environment Institute, 1997)

Section III: UNDP Report

  1. Energy After Rio: Prospects and Challenges, Chapter 1 - Introduction (UNDP, 1997)
  2. Energy After Rio: Prospects and Challenges, Chapter 2 - Energy and major global issues (UNDP, 1997)
  3. Energy After Rio: Prospects and Challenges, Chapter 3 - New opportunities in energy demand, supply and systems (UNDP, 1997)
  4. Energy After Rio: Prospects and Challenges, Chapter 4 - Sustainable strategies (UNDP, 1997)
  5. Energy After Rio: Prospects and Challenges, Chapter 5 - Making it happen: Energy for sustainable development (UNDP, 1997)

Section IV: Population and energy

  1. How does population growth contribute to rising energy consumption in America? (Allan Mazur, Population and Environment, v15 n5 p371-378, May 1994)
  2. World population, economic growth, and energy demand, 1990-2100: A review of projections (Bernard Gilland, Population and Development Review 21, n3 p507-539,
    Sep. 1995)

Section V: Petroleum

  1. Oil and gas issues at a glance (The World Bank Group,
  2. The demand for oil products in developing countries (Dermont Gately, Shane S. Streifel, World Bank Discussion Paper No. 359, 1997)

Section VI: Natural gas

  1. Private participation in the transmission and distribution of natural gas: Recent trends (Ada Karina Izaguirre, The World Bank Group, n176)
  2. Trends and markets in liquefied (Rob Shepherd, The World Bank Group, n182)

Section VII: Coal

  1. Asia: Coal knowledge transferred (NOVEM)
  2. 286 Clean coal (E. Tavoulareas et al., World Bank Technical Paper 286,

Section VIII: Other renewable energy

  1. 240 Renewable energy technologies (Kulsum Ahmed, A Review of the Status and Costs of Selected Technologies, World Bank Technical Paper 240,, 1994)
  2. India's low-tech energy success (Payal Sampat, World Watch, v8 p21-23, Nov./Dec. 95)

Section IX: Solar

  1. 279 Solar energy (Dennis Anderson and Kulsum Ahmed, The Case for Solar Energy Investments, World Bank Technical Paper 279,, 1995)

Section X: Biogas and biomass

  1. 296 Biomass gasifiers (Hubert Stassen, Biomass Gasifiers for Heat and Power: A Global Review, World Bank Technical Paper 296,, 1995)
  2. 242 Improved biomass stoves (Douglass Barnes et al., A Comparative International Review of Stove Programs, World Bank Technical Paper 242,, 1994

Section XI: Wood/ charcoal

  1. Burning charcoal issues (Robert van der Plas, The World Bank Group, FPD Energy, n1,, Apr. 1995)
  2. Forests, fuel and the future: Wood energy for sustainable development - Forestry topics report no. 5 (Robert Lamb, FAO, Chapter 1-6, 1995)
  3. The Role of wood energy in Asia (Prof. Thierry Lefevre et al., FAO, Nov. 1997)
  4. The role of wood energy in Europe and OECD (Richard van den Brock, FAO, Mar. 1997)

Section XII: Policy

  1. Technology policy and renewable energy: Public roles in the development of new energy technologies (Jeffrey M. Loiter and Vicki Norberg-Bohm, Energy Policy, v27 p85-97, 1999)
  2. The real world of power sector regulation (Bernard Tenenbaum, The World Bank Group, Note No.50, Jun. 1995)
  3. The impact of IPPs in developing countries - Out of the crisis and into the future (Yves Albouy and Reda Bousba, The World Bank Group, Note No.162, Dec. 1998)
  4. A scorecard for energy Reform in developing countries (Robert Bacon, The World Bank Group, Note No.175, Apr. 1999)
  5. Consequences of energy policies for the urban poor (Douglas Barnes, The World Bank Group, FPD Energy, n7, Nov. 1995)
  6. Why environmentalists should promote nuclear energy (Bertram Wolfe, v12 p55-60, Summer 1996)
  7. The atomic age is not over yet (Tor Ragnar Gerholm, London, Eng. V127 n4404 p22-23, S 25, 1998)

Section XIII: New technologies and the future of energy

  1. II. New technologies, new possibilities (UNDP Initiative for Sustainable Energy,
  2. Green-E renewable electricity program successfully completes nation's first verification of certified green power offerings (Media Information, Greene Press Release, Jun. 29, 1999)
  3. Our green dream (

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