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  1. 2010-8
  2. Edward H. Owens, Samuel Chapman and Paul Allan: Refereed Papers: The Impact of Carbon Capture and Storage on Coal Resource Depletion doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.8.925
  3. Abiodiun S. Momodu, John-Felix K. Akinbami and Isaac O. Akinwunmi: Refereed Papers: Environmental and Health Implications of Fuel Substitution for Cooking Energy in Nigeria's Household Energy Mix doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.8.937
  4. Ryunosuke Kikuchi: Refereed Papers: External Forces Acting on the Earth's Climate: An Approach to Understanding the Complexity of Climate Change doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.8.953
  5. Patrick Frank: Refereed Papers: Uncertainty in the Global Average Surface Air Temperature Index: A Representative Lower Limit doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.8.969
  6. Jonathan J. Drake: Viewpoints and Technical Communications: The Influence of Station Numbers on Temperature Measurement doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.8.991
  7. Dan Pangburn: Viewpoints and Technical Communications: Climate Prediction Based On Past Measurements doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.8.999
  8. Madhav L. Khandekar: Viewpoints and Technical Communications: Weather Extremes of Summer 2010: Global Warming or Natural Variability? doi:10.1260/0958-305X.28.4.1005
  9. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Book Review: Global Energy Governance in a Multipolar World doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.8.1091
  10.  
  11. 2010-7
  12. Karoline S. Rogge and Christian Linden: Refereed Papers: Cross-Country Comparison of the Incentives of the EU Emission Trading Scheme for Replacing Existing Power Plants in 2008-12 doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.7.757
  13. Peter R. Odell: Refereed Papers: The Long-Term Future for Energy Resources' Exploitation doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.7.785
  14. Khalil Elahee: Refereed Papers: Energy Management Challenges in a Small Island Economy: The Case of Mauritius doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.7.803
  15. H. Douglas Lightfoot: Refeered Papers: Nomenclature, Radiative Forcing and Temperature Projections in IPCC Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis (AR4) doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.7.815
  16. Cliff Ollier: Viewpoints and Technical Communications: Sea Level in the Southwest Pacific is Stable doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.7.833
  17. Andrew McKillop: Viewpoints and Technical Communications: Oil and the deepwater frontier doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.7.841
  18. S. Fred Singer: Viewpoints and Technical Communications: A Response to “The Climate Change Debates” doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.7.847
  19. Bruce Leybourne: Book Review: “Global Warming: Geophysical Counterpoints to the Enhanced Greenhouse Theory” doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.7.853
  20. Jay Lehr: Book Review: The Plundered Planet: How to Reconcile Prosperity with Nature doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.7.855
  21.  
  22. 2010-6
  23. John Chambers, Andrew Miller, Richard Morgan, Bob Officer, Mark Rayner and Tom Quirk: Viewpoints and Technical Communications: Clearing the Air on Climate doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.633
  24. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Editorial doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.i
  25. Clara Inés Pardo Martínez: Refereed Papers: Investments and Energy Efficiency in Colombian Manufacturing Industries doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.545
  26. Stefan Hellmer: Refereed Papers: Switching Costs, Switching Benefits and Lock-in Effects - The Reregulated Swedish Heat Market doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.563
  27. Pedro J. Pérez-Martínez and Iván A. Sorba: Refereed Papers: Energy Consumption of Passenger Land Transport Modes doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.577
  28. Shiferaw Alem, Jeevanandhan Duraisamy, Eyerusalem Legesse, Yishak Seboka and Eyerusalem Mitiku: Refereed Papers: Wood Charcoal Supply to Addis Ababa City and its Effect on the Environment doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.601
  29. Anthony Kelly: Refereed Papers: A Materials Scientist Ponders Global Warming/Cooling doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.611
  30. Andrew McKillop: Viewpoints and Technical Communications: BP's Gulf of Mexico Disaster - Another Blow For Cheap Oil doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.641
  31. Syun-Ichi Akasofu: Viewpoints and Technical Communications: Aftermath of Global Warming Hysteria doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.645
  32. Timothy Ball: Book Review: Distributional Impacts of Climate Change and Disasters doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.753
  33. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Book Reviews: Why We Disagree About Climate Change doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.6.755
  34.  
  35. 2010-5
  36. Fatemeh Nazifi and George Milunovich: Measuring the Impact of Carbon Allowance Trading on Energy Prices doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.5.367
  37. Alexa Spence, Wouter Poortinga, Nick Pidgeon and Irene Lorenzoni: Public Perceptions of Energy Choices: The Influence of Beliefs About Climate Change and the Environment doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.5.385
  38. Chun-Wei Chen, Cheng-Wen Lee and Chia-Yon Chen: To Enhance the Energy Efficiency of Chiller Plants with System Optimization Theory doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.5.409
  39. David R. B. Stockwell: Critique of Drought Models in the Australian Drought Exceptional Circumstances Report (DECR) doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.5.425
  40. Joseph D'Aleo and Don Easterbrook: Multidecadal Tendencies in ENSO and Global Temperatures Related to Multidecadal Oscillations doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.5.437
  41. Steve Vincent: Titration Excellence™ - Helping Ensure, Safe and Cost Efficient Oil Extraction for Our Energy Hungry World doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.5.461
  42. Andrew Mckillop: Bathing in Oil doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.5.469
  43. Wolfgang Eichenhammer: Innovation, Markets and Sustainable Energy - The Challenge of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.5.541
  44. Anne Kildunne: Power Trip doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.5.543
  45.  
  46. 2010-4
  47. Arthur Rörsch: Guest editorial doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.i
  48. Arthur Rörsch: Introductory paper on paradigm shift Should we change emphasis in greenhouse-effect research? doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.165
  49. Roy Clark: A null hypothesis for CO2 doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.171
  50. Willis Eschenbach: The thunderstorm thermostat hypothesis: How clouds and thunderstorms control the Earth's temperature doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.201
  51. Noor van Andel: Tropical rainstorm feedback doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.217
  52. William Kininmonth: A natural constraint to anthropogenic global warming doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.225
  53. Dick Thoenes: The stabilising effect of the oceans on climate doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.237
  54. Peter Siegmund: What goes up must come down (a commentary) doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.241
  55. Ferenc M. Miskolczi: The stable stationary value of the earth's global average atmospheric Planck-weighted greenhouse-gas optical thickness doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.243
  56. William C. Gilbert: The thermodynamic relationship between surface temperature and water vapour concentration in the troposphere doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.263
  57. Noor van Andel: Note on the Miskolczi theory doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.4.277
  58.  
  59. 2010-3
  60. Ilkka Ruostetsaari: Citizens, Politicians and Experts in Energy Policy-Making: The Case of Finland doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.3.203
  61. John R. Christy and Justin J. Hnilo: Changes in Snowfall in the Southern Sierra Nevada of California Since 1916 doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.3.233
  62. Nils-Axel Mörner: Sea Level Changes in Bangladesh New Observational Facts doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.3.235
  63. Tom Quirk: Twentieth Century Sources of Methane in the Atmosphere doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.3.251
  64. Chatchawan Vongmahadlek and Boonsong Satayopas: A Decision Support System to Design Operating Strategies of a Power Plant: Adequate Electricity Generation and Abated Emissions Release doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.3.267
  65. David Henderson: The Climate Change Debate Today - COP 15, The CRU Affair, and the Basis for Policy doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.3.279
  66. Abhay Bulsari, Antti Wemberg, Ari Anttila and Ahti Multas: More Efficient Operation of Coal Fired Power Plants Using Nonlinear Models doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.3.291
  67. James Hoggan, Richard Littlemore and Timothy Ball: "Climate Cover-Up: The Crusade to Deny Global Warming" doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.3.363
  68. Peter Taylor and David Bellamy: Chill: A Reassessment of Global Warming Theory doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.3.365
  69.  
  70. 2010-2
  71. Arturo A. Keller, Stacy Tellinghuisen, Cheryl Lee, Dana Larson, Bliss Dennen and James Lee: Projection of California's Future Freshwater Requirements for Power Generation doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.1
  72. G. R. John: High Temperature Gasification Technology Prospects for Palm Wastes in Tanzania doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.21
  73. Ian Fairlie: Childhood Cancer Near Nuclear Installations doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.29
  74. Ted Trainer: A Critical Discussion of the Stern and IPCC Analyses of Carbon Emission Mitigation Possibilities and Costs doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.49
  75. Mudathir F. Akorede, Hashim Hizam, Ishak Aris and Mohd-Zainal A. Ab Kadir: Re-emergence of Distributed Generation in Electric Power Systems: Incentives, Values and Issues doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.75
  76. Jian-cheng Liu: The Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion Hydrogen Energy—A Permanent Solution to the World's Energy Supply doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.93
  77. Jay Lehr: Nuclear Energy: Past, Present and Future doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.97
  78. David Bellamy and Jack Barrett: Carbon is the World's Best Friend doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.103
  79. Riadh W. Y. Habash: Environmental and Human Impact of Electromagnetic Energy: Views Toward Technology and Risk doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.107
  80. Timothy Ball: "Distributional Impacts of Climate Change and Disasters" doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.199
  81. Marc Villéger: Marcel Leroux "Dynamic Analysis of Weather and Climate: Atmospheric Circulation, Perturbations, Climatic Evolution" doi:10.1260/0958-305X.21.2.201
  82.  
  83. 2010-1
  84. Richard S Courtney: Editorial by the Guest Editor doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.i
  85. Bryan Leyland: Barriers to Large-Scale Renewable Energy Generation doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1243
  86. Andrew Miskelly and Tom Quirk: Wind Farming in South East Australia doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1249
  87. Shafiqur Rehman and Naif M. Al-Abbadi: Wind Power Characteristics on the North West Coast of Saudi Arabia doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1257
  88. Anthony Brown: Wave Energy Generation: High Expectations and Current Reality in the UK doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1271
  89. Michael Limburg: Energy is the Key: Renewable Energy Problems in Germany: "Renewable" Energies are not a Solution Rather They Increase Foreign Dependency. doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1289
  90. Scott Button: Biodiesel: Vehicle Fuel From Vegetable Oil doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1305
  91. James O. Olusola, Mesubi M. Adediran, Ajanaku K. Oluseyi and Usman L. Ajao: Processing of Triglycerides to Diesel Range Hydrocarbon Fuels: Easily Practicable Small Scale Approach doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1325
  92. Y. V. Hanumantha Rao, Ram Sudheer Voleti, V. S. Hariharan, P. Nageswara Reddy and A. V. Nageswara Sita Rama Raju: Performance and Emission Characteristics of Diesel Engine with Methyl Ester Jatropha Oil and its Blends doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1343
  93. Langeni L. N. Mkiramweni and Idrissa B. Mshoro: Estimating the Potential for Biogas Production and Application in Morogoro Region, Tanzania doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1357
  94. Hui Xu, Hong Zhang, Zhongxian Wang, Tong Bai, Li Ding and Jun Zhuang: Application of High Temperature Heat Pipe for Renewable Energy Development doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1369
  95. John Droz, Jr.: Safety in Numbers can be an Illusion doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1381
  96. Anand M. Sharan: On Checking the Rising Global Food Prices Due to Bio-Fuels Using Solar Energy doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1389
  97. Jie Tao, Chuan-chao Dai and Bao-juan Jiang: The Current Status and Prospect of Biodiesel doi:10.1260/0958-305X.20/21.8/1.1397
  98.  
  99. 2009
  100.  
  101. 2009-7
  102. Kyoji Kimoto: On the Confusion of Planck Feedback Parameters doi:10.1260/095830509789876835
  103. Madhav L. Khandekar: New Perspective on Global Warming & Sea Level Rise: Modest Future Rise with Reduced Threat doi:10.1260/095830509789876853
  104. Peter Jelffs: Late 20th Century Warmed Within Natural Limits: Evidence from Gaussian Distributions doi:10.1260/095830509789876844
  105. Craig Loehle: Trend Analysis of Satellite Global Temperature Data doi:10.1260/095830509789876808
  106. T. R. C. Curtin: Climate Change and Food Production doi:10.1260/095830509789876781
  107. Urs Steiner Brandt and Gert Tinggaard Svendsen: The Choice Between Auctioning and Grandfathering in the EU doi:10.1260/095830509789876736
  108. Robert Indigo Ellison: An Additional Physical Mechanism for Global Warming Between 1976 and 1998 doi:10.1260/095830509789876754
  109. Wolfgang Brune: Gravitation and Gas Laws: An Alternative Approach to Climatology doi:10.1260/095830509789876790
  110. Jarl R. Ahlbeck: On the Increased Rate of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Accumulation 1980-2008 doi:10.1260/095830509789876772
  111. Gustavious P. Williams and David Tomasko: A Simple Quantitative Model to Estimate Consumptive Evaporation Impacts of Discharged Cooling Water with Minimal Data Requirements doi:10.1260/095830509789876718
  112. Tim Curtin: Nature's New Theory of Climate Change doi:10.1260/095830509789876727
  113. Paul R. C. Goard: “Heaven+Earth—Global Warming: The Missing Science” doi:10.1260/095830509789876745
  114. Jack Barrett: The Vanishing Face of Gaia; a Final Warning doi:10.1260/095830509789876817
  115.  
  116. 2009-6
  117. Whan-Sam Chung and Susumu Tohno: A Time-Series Energy Input-Output Analysis for Building an Infrastructure for the Energy and Environment Policy in South Korea doi:10.1260/095830509789625338
  118. Alyssa Gilbert: Linking Carbon Markets: The Climate Change Silver Bullet? doi:10.1260/095830509789625347
  119. Simon Bawakyillenuo: Policy and Institutional Failures: Photovoltaic Solar Household System (PV/SHS) Dissemination in Ghana doi:10.1260/095830509789625383
  120. Dominic Standish: Nuclear Power and Environmentalism in Italy doi:10.1260/095830509789625365
  121. S. Niggol Seo: Designing a Climate Policy: A Carbon Tax Approach with Adaptation Funds doi:10.1260/095830509789625356
  122. Rekha Krishnan: How Energy Secure is South Asia: Observations Through an Environmental Lens doi:10.1260/095830509789625329
  123. Peter M. Eisenberger, Roger W. Cohen, Graciela Chichilnisky, Nicholas M. Eisenberger, Ronald R. Chance and Christopher W. Jones: Global Warming and Carbon-Negative Technology: Prospects for a Lower-Cost Route to a Lower-Risk Atmosphere doi:10.1260/095830509789625374
  124. W. M. Schaffer: A Surfeit of Cycles doi:10.1260/095830509789625400
  125.  
  126. 2009-5
  127. Benny Peiser: The Crisis of International Climate Policy doi:10.1260/095830509789141407
  128. Nigel Lawson: Global Warming: Is Sanity Returning? doi:10.1260/095830509789141425
  129. Keith H. Lockitch: Climate Vulnerability and the Indispensable Value of Industrial Capitalism doi:10.1260/095830509789141443
  130. Matthew Sinclair: Making the Polluters Pay, in Theory and Practice doi:10.1260/095830509789141416
  131. Paul Driessen: The Real Climate Change Morality Crisis Climate change initiatives perpetuate poverty, disease and premature death doi:10.1260/095830509789141434
  132. Sergey Mityakov and Christof Rühl: The Stern Review on Climate Change: Inconvenient Sensitivities doi:10.1260/095830509789141461
  133. Valéry Giscard d'Estaing: A Sceptical Note doi:10.1260/095830509789141452
  134. Peter Lilley: Letter to Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change doi:10.1260/095830509789141399
  135.  
  136. 2009-4
  137. Scott W. Wayne, Jairo A. Sandoval and Nigel N. Clark: Emissions Benefits from Alternative Fuels and Advanced Technology in the U.S. Transit Bus Fleet doi:10.1260/095830509788707374
  138. Guozhong Zheng and Youyin Jing: Thermodynamics Performance Study on Water Source Heat Pump in Variant Operating Condition doi:10.1260/095830509788707284
  139. R. Saidur, M. A. Sattar, H. H. Masjuki and M. Y. Jamaluddin: Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Refrigeration Equipment in Malaysia doi:10.1260/095830509788707266
  140. Chun-Wei Chen, Chia-Yon Chen and Yen-Yin Chen: Evaluation of the Feasibility of the Energy Policy Developed to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Taiwan doi:10.1260/095830509788707329
  141. A. B. Chhetri, G. R. Pokharel and M. R. Islam: Sustainability of Micro-hydrosystems - A Case Study doi:10.1260/095830509788707356
  142. Dale R. McIntyre: James Hansen's 1988 Predictions Compared to Observations doi:10.1260/095830509788707293
  143. David R.B. Stockwell: Recent Climate Observations: Disagreement with Projections doi:10.1260/095830509788707347
  144. R. Raza, S. A. Hayat, Ashraf M. Chaudhry and J. Muhammad: Development of Pem Fuel Cell in Pakistan doi:10.1260/095830509788707310
  145. Ferdinand Engelbeen and Jack Barrett: Comments on Sources & Sinks of Carbon Dioxide by Tom Quirk, E & E, 20, 103, (2009) doi:10.1260/095830509788707301
  146. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Wisdom From Russia: 'Cyclic Climate Changes and Fish Productivity' doi:10.1260/095830509788707365
  147.  
  148. 2009-3
  149. Indur M. Goklany: Is Climate Change the “Defining Challenge of Our Age”? doi:10.1260/095830509788066439
  150. Patrick Devine-Wright and Hannah Devine-Wright: Public Engagement with Community-Based Energy Service Provision: An Exploratory Case Study doi:10.1260/095830509788066402
  151. Quanhua Liu, Gengfa Yu and Jue J. Liu: Solar Radiation as Large-Scale Resource for Energy-Short World doi:10.1260/095830509788066466
  152. Jacob Ademola Sonibare and Precious Nwobidi Ede: Potential Impacts of Integrated Oil and Gas Plant on Ambient Air Quality doi:10.1260/095830509788066394
  153. Dominic Stead: Energy Efficiency: Temporal and Geographical Trends in Europe doi:10.1260/095830509788066493
  154. Huston J. McCulloch: Irreproducible Results in Thompson et al.,“Abrupt Tropical Climate Change: Past and Present” (PNAS 2006) doi:10.1260/095830509788066420
  155. Roger H. Bezdek: Nuclear Power Prospects in the USA: The Continuing Problem of the Waste Issue doi:10.1260/095830509788066385
  156. David Wood, Jagdish P. N. Giri and Saeid Mokhatab: Asian Versus Global Strategies for Energy Fairness and Reduced Carbon Footprint - The Promise of the CDM doi:10.1260/095830509788066484
  157. Geoff O'Brien: Vulnerability and Resilience in the European Energy System doi:10.1260/095830509788066457
  158. Ajayi O Oluseyi and Ajanaku O Kolawole: Nigeria's Energy Challenge and Power Development: The Way Forward doi:10.1260/095830509788066448
  159. Peter R. Odell: The Guardian Declined to Publish the following Letter on Peak Global Oil Supply in 2020 doi:10.1260/095830509788066376
  160.  
  161. 2009-1/2
  162. David C. Archibald: Solar Cycle 24: Expectations and Implications doi:10.1260/095830509787689204
  163. Bob Foster: Natural Drivers of Weather and Climate doi:10.1260/095830509787689240
  164. Ian R. G. Wilson: Can We Predict the Next Indian Mega-Famine? doi:10.1260/095830509787689132
  165. Richard Mackey: The Sun's Role in Regulating the Earth's Climate Dynamics doi:10.1260/095830509787689196
  166. Adrian K. Kerton: Climate Change and the Earth's Magnetic Poles, A Possible Connection doi:10.1260/095830509787689286
  167. Martin Hertzberg: Earth's Radiative Equilibrium in the Solar Irradiance doi:10.1260/095830509787689295
  168. Tom Quirk: The Australian Temperature Anomaly, 1910 - 2000 doi:10.1260/095830509787689231
  169. Craig Loehle: Cooling of the Global Ocean Since 2003 doi:10.1260/095830509787689141
  170. Tom Quirk: Sources and Sinks of Carbon Dioxide doi:10.1260/095830509787689123
  171. Adriano Mazzarella: Sun-Climate Linkage Now Confirmed doi:10.1260/095830509787689150
  172. Oliver K. Manuel: Earth's Heat Source - The Sun doi:10.1260/095830509787689178
  173. Timo Niroma: Understanding Solar Behaviour and its Influence on Climate doi:10.1260/095830509787689114
  174. Louis A. G. Hissink: The Earth in an Electric Solar System doi:10.1260/095830509787689213
  175. David H. Douglass and John R. Christy: Limits on CO2 Climate Forcing From Recent Temperature Data of Earth doi:10.1260/095830509787689277
  176. Martin D. Cropp: Earth's Temperature / CO2 Equilibrium Prior to 1850 doi:10.1260/095830509787689268
  177. Cliff Ollier: Lysenkoism and Global Warming doi:10.1260/095830509787689259
  178. Timothy F. Ball: Climate Change: Dangers of a Singular Approach and Consideration of a Sensible Strategy doi:10.1260/095830509787689187
  179. Hans Labohm: Climate Policy : Quo Vadis? doi:10.1260/095830509787689222
  180.  
  181. 2008
  182.  
  183. 2008-8
  184. J. Slutz: The Study on Global Oil and Gas Supply and Demand Undertaken by the National Petroleum Council (USA) doi:10.1260/095830508786939884
  185. Tatiana Mitrova: Energy Security and Evolution of Gas Markets doi:10.1260/095830508786939938
  186. Manfred Hafner, Sohbet Karbuz, Benoit Esnault and Habib El Andaloussi: Long-Term Natural Gas Supply to Europe: Import Potential, Infrastructure Needs and Investment Promotion doi:10.1260/095830508786939839
  187. Péter Kiss: Hungary-Ukraine Energy Cooperation and its Contribution to the Security of Supply in the European Union doi:10.1260/095830508786939901
  188. Diego J. González Cruz: Hydrocarbons Reserves in Venezuela doi:10.1260/095830508786939875
  189. Angus Walker: Towards Greater Cross-Border Trade in Gas doi:10.1260/095830508786939893
  190. Volker Becker, Markus Wolf, Roland Fahrer, Jörgen Brandett and Stephan Hess: Environmentally Sustainable Solution for a Gas Turbine Upgrade with Aid of a Clean Development Mechanism Application in a Non-Annex I Country doi:10.1260/095830508786939929
  191. Alain Bill, Guillaume Bitran, Benno Basler and Stephan Hess: Emissions Compliance in the Fossil-Fuel Based Energy Sector doi:10.1260/095830508786939820
  192. Yi-Chong Xu: The Competition for Oil and Gas in Africa doi:10.1260/095830508786939848
  193. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Facts or Opinions? Climate Politics and Anti-Carbon Policy Carbon Fuels and Carbon Finance IPCC Critique and Science Debates The New Malthusians Green Technology and Biofuels Nuclear Progress doi:10.1260/095830508786939910
  194. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Conference Report: World Nuclear Association Annual Symposium London 3-5 September 2008 Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre doi:10.1260/095830508786939866
  195.  
  196. 2008-7
  197. Ivan Jankovic: The Eco-Industrial Complex in USA — Global Warming and Rent-Seeking Coalitions doi:10.1260/095830508786238279
  198. Alex Y. H. Lo: Achieving Environmental Goals in a Competitive Electricity Market?: Post-Colonial Hong Kong, Public Choice and the Role of Government doi:10.1260/095830508786238297
  199. Tracey Crosbie, Melody Stokes and Simon Guy: Illuminating Household Energy Demand and the Policies for its Reduction doi:10.1260/095830508786238314
  200. Fred Goldberg: Rate of Increasing Concentrations of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Controlled by Natural Temperature Variations doi:10.1260/095830508786238369
  201. A. F. Alhajji: Oil and the Politics of Fear doi:10.1260/095830508786238378
  202. David Pimentel: Corn and Other Plants for Transport Biofuels doi:10.1260/095830508786238323
  203. Ernst-Georg Beck: 50 Years of Continuous Measurement of CO2 on Mauna Loa doi:10.1260/095830508786238288
  204. Richard S Courtney: Comments on 'The Florenz Report' doi:10.1260/095830508786238251
  205. John Brigell: Why Scares are Costing us the Earth doi:10.1260/095830508786238332
  206. Sonja A. Boehmer-Christiansen: Why Carbon Fuels Will Dominate the 21st Century's Global Energy Economy doi:10.1260/095830508786238350
  207. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Renewable Electricity and the Grid: The Challenge of Variability, 2007 doi:10.1260/095830508786238260
  208.  
  209. 2008-6
  210. Maarten Arentsen: Environmental Governance in a Multi-Level Institutional Setting doi:10.1260/095830508785363578
  211. Valentina Dinica: Greening Electricity Production: A Success Story of Multi-Level Governance Convergence and Innovation doi:10.1260/095830508785363596
  212. Peter S. Hofman: Governance for Green Electrity: Formation of Rules Between Market and Hierarchy doi:10.1260/095830508785363613
  213. Thomas Hoppe and Kris Lulofs: The Impact of Multi-Level Governance on Energy Performance in the Current Dutch Housing Stock doi:10.1260/095830508785363587
  214. Margaret Skutsch and Patrick E. Van Laake: Redd As Multi-Level Governance In-The-Making doi:10.1260/095830508785363622
  215. Peter A Minang and Michael K. McCall: Multi-Level Governance Conditions for Implementing Multilateral Environmental Agreements: The Case of Cdm Forestry Readiness in Cameroon doi:10.1260/095830508785363604
  216. Bala Raju Nikku and Irna van der Molen: Conflict, Resistance and Alliances in a Multi-Governance Setting: Reshaping Realities in the Andhra Pradesh Irrigation Reforms doi:10.1260/095830508785363550
  217.  
  218. 2008-5
  219. Mark Nuttall: Aboriginal Participation, Consultation, and Canada's Mackenzie Gas Project doi:10.1260/095830508784815900
  220. Marliese Uhrig-Homburg and Michael Wagner: Derivative Instruments in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme – An Early Market Perspective doi:10.1260/095830508784815892
  221. Abdeen Mustafa Omer: Drinking Water from Solar Stills: A Renewable Technology for Sudan doi:10.1260/095830508784815874
  222. Anand M. Sharan: Variation of Energy Conversion Efficiencies of Stationary Photovoltaic Systems with Latitudes doi:10.1260/095830508784815991
  223. Ryunosuke Kikuchi: Reconsideration of Climate Change from the Viewpoints of Greenhouse Gas Types and Time Scale doi:10.1260/095830508784815946
  224. Ross McKitrick: Calling the Carbon Bluff: Why Not Tie Carbon Taxes to Actual Levels of Warming? Both Skeptics and Alarmists Should Expect Their Wishes to Be Answered doi:10.1260/095830508784815865
  225. Madhav L Khandekar: Has the IPCC Exaggerated Adverse Impact of Global Warming on Human Societies? doi:10.1260/095830508784815928
  226. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Fuel for Thought 19-5 doi:10.1260/095830508784816008
  227. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Estimates of Oil Entering the Marine Environment from Sea-Based Activities, Reports and Studies No. 75 doi:10.1260/095830508784815955
  228. Oliver K. Manuel: "The Sun Kings: The Unexpected Tragedy of Richard Carrington and the Tale of How Modern Astronomy Began" doi:10.1260/095830508784815973
  229. Boris Winterhalter: The Chilling Stars: A New Theory of Climate Change doi:10.1260/095830508784815982
  230. Eric R. Swanson: Comments on Loehle, "Correction To: A 2000-Year Global Temperature Reconstruction Based on Non-Tree Ring Proxies", E&E, 18 (7 and 8), 2007 doi:10.1260/095830508784815964
  231. Craig Loehle: Reply To: Comments on Loehle, "correction To: A 2000-Year Global Temperature Reconstruction Based on Non-Tree Ring Proxies" doi:10.1260/095830508784815937
  232. Peter Odell: Self-Interested Forecast of Oil's Decline doi:10.1260/095830508784815919
  233.  
  234. 2008-3/4
  235. Keith Baverstock and David Ball: Editorial doi:10.1260/095830508784641417
  236. Gordon R. Thompson: The US effort to dispose of high-level radioactive waste doi:10.1260/095830508784641372
  237. William Leiss: Nuclear waste management at the interface of science and policy: The Canadian Experience doi:10.1260/095830508784641354
  238. Tapio Litmanen: The changing role and contribution of social science to nuclear waste management in Finland doi:10.1260/095830508784641390
  239. Lennart Sjöberg and Britt-Marie Drottz-Sjöberg: Risk perception by politicians and the public doi:10.1260/095830508784641408
  240. Deborah Oughton: Public participation - potential and pitfalls doi:10.1260/095830508784641435
  241. Keith Baverstock: Implications of new radiobiological insights for the long term management of high level radioactive waste doi:10.1260/095830508784641381
  242. Max K. Wallis: Disposing of Britain's Nuclear Waste: the CoRWM Process doi:10.1260/095830508784641426
  243. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Facts CO2 and Climate Politics Climate Policy Responses Carbon Energy and Finance Transport and Biofuels New Threats and Old Alarms Climate Science IPCC Critique and Eco-anxiety Nuclear Developments Epilogue doi:10.1260/095830508784641363
  244.  
  245. 2008-2
  246. Lorraine Whitmarsh and Martin Wietschel: Sustainable Transport Visions: What Role for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicle Technologies? doi:10.1260/095830508783900816
  247. Alasdair Macleod: Wind Micro-turbines for Domestic Hydrogen Production? doi:10.1260/095830508783900780
  248. Benjamin K. Sovacool: A Matter of Stability and Equity: The Case for Federal Action on Renewable Portfolio Standards in the U.S. doi:10.1260/095830508783900825
  249. Mohamed E. Eleshaky: On the Dynamics of Environmental Pollution: Simulation of the Near Field of a Jet In Crossflow doi:10.1260/095830508783900834
  250. Klaus-Martin Schulte: Scientific Consensus on Climate Change? doi:10.1260/095830508783900744
  251. Patrick J. Michaels: Evidence for "publication Bias" Concerning Global Warming in Science and Nature doi:10.1260/095830508783900735
  252. Dixie W. Dean: Wind Turbine Mechanical Vibrations: Potential Environmental Threat doi:10.1260/095830508783900771
  253. Louis A. Villaire: Reducing Anthropogenic Atmospheric Carbon Loading doi:10.1260/095830508783900753
  254. Knut Kübler: Climate Protection Policy in Germany: Facing Up to the Data doi:10.1260/095830508783900799
  255. Josie Appleton: Reflections on Mark Lynas 'six Degrees': Our Future on a Hotter Planer' doi:10.1260/095830508783900807
  256. E. P. Borisenkov and V. M. Paseitskii: Letopis' Neobychainikh Yavlenii Prirody ZA 2,5 Tysyacheletiya (V v. do n.e. - XX v. n.e.) doi:10.1260/095830508783900717
  257.  
  258. 2008-1
  259. Aynsley Kellow: Australia and Climate Change doi:10.1260/095830508783563136
  260. Hayley Stevenson: Creating a Climate of Convenience: Australia's Response to Global Climate Change (1996-2007) doi:10.1260/095830508783563091
  261. John W. Zillman: Australian Participation in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change doi:10.1260/095830508783563145
  262. Aynsley Kellow: Australia's Role in International Climate Negotiations: Kyoto and Beyond doi:10.1260/095830508783563082
  263. R. Bruce Godfrey: Renewable Energy Technologies in Australia: Research, Status and Prospects doi:10.1260/095830508783563118
  264. Tim Le Roy: Green Energy Policy – The Great Wind Rush doi:10.1260/095830508783563073
  265. Ian J. Duncan: Australia's Energy Use and Export doi:10.1260/095830508783563163
  266. Paul McCarthy and Dennis Trewin: The International Comparison Program and Purchasing Power Parities doi:10.1260/095830508783563127
  267. Craig Loehle and J. Huston McCulloch: Correction to: A 2000-Year Global Temperature Reconstruction Based on Non-Tree Ring Proxies doi:10.1260/095830508783563109
  268.  
  269. 2007
  270.  
  271. 2007-7/8
  272. Benny Peiser: IPCC: The Only Game in Town? doi:10.1260/095830507782616850
  273. John W. Zillman: Some Observations on the IPCC Assessment Process 1988–2007 doi:10.1260/095830507782616896
  274. Tony Gilland: Digging Up the Roots of the IPCC doi:10.1260/095830507782616814
  275. David Henderson: Unwarranted Trust: A Critique of the IPCC Process doi:10.1260/095830507782616869
  276. Richard S.J. Tol: Biased Policy Advice from The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change doi:10.1260/095830507782616878
  277. Richard S. Lindzen: Taking GreenHouse Warming Seriously doi:10.1260/095830507782616823
  278. David Holland: Bias and Concealment in the IPCC Process: The "Hockey-Stick" Affair and Its Implications doi:10.1260/095830507782616788
  279. Douglas J. Keenan: The Fraud Allegation Against Some Climatic Research of Wei-Chyung Wang doi:10.1260/095830507782616913
  280. Kesten C. Green and J. Scott Armstrong: Global Warming: Forecasts by Scientists Versus Scientific Forecasts doi:10.1260/095830507782616887
  281. Indur M. Goklany: Is a Richer-but-warmer World Better than Poorer-but-cooler Worlds? doi:10.1260/095830507782616832
  282. Craig Loehle: A 2000-Year Global Temperature Reconstruction Based on Non-Treering Proxies doi:10.1260/095830507782616797
  283. Olavi Kärner: Temporal Variability in Local Air Temperature Series Shows Negative Feedback doi:10.1260/095830507782616904
  284. William J.R. Alexander: The IPCC: Structure, Processes and Politics Climate Change – the Failure of Science doi:10.1260/095830507782616805
  285.  
  286. 2007-6
  287. Peter B. Dixon, Stefan Osborne and Maureen T. Rimmer: THE ECONOMY-WIDE EFFECTS IN THE UNITED STATES OF REPLACING CRUDE PETROLEUM WITH BIOMASS doi:10.1260/095830507782088631
  288. Ryan Prescott, G. Cornelis van Kooten and Hui Zhu: THE POTENTIAL FOR WIND ENERGY MEETING ELECTRICITY NEEDS ON VANCOUVER ISLAND doi:10.1260/095830507782088721
  289. Jenny Palm: DISTRICT HEATING AS A SECURE HEAT SUPPLY—A QUESTION OF REGULATION doi:10.1260/095830507782088668
  290. V. Mittal and N. S. Thakur: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF UTILIZATION FACTOR FOR SOLAR ABSORPTION COOLING SYSTEM doi:10.1260/095830507782088604
  291. Peter V. Ridd: A CRITIQUE OF A METHOD TO DETERMINE LONG-TERM DECLINE OF CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS doi:10.1260/095830507782088578
  292. Hans Erren: COMMENT ON THE CLIMATE STATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HOHENHEIM: ANALYSIS OF AIR TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TIME SERIES SINCE 1878 doi:10.1260/095830507782088659
  293. W.J.R. Alexander and F. Bailey: SOLAR ACTIVITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE—A SUMMARY doi:10.1260/095830507782088749
  294. Dennis Ambler: GLOBAL WARMING: THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF A QUASI-REALITY? doi:10.1260/095830507782088695
  295.  
  296. 2007-5
  297. S. Niggol Seo: Is Stern Review on climate change alarmist? doi:10.1260/0958-305X.18.5.521
  298. Thomas M. Kane: Hot planet, cold wars: climate change and ideological conflict doi:10.1260/0958-305X.18.5.533
  299. A. F. Alhajji: The impact of Iran's nuclear standoff on world energy security doi:10.1260/0958-305X.18.5.549
  300. Louis Tsague and Thomas Tamo Tatietsé: Aircraft cruise nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions prediction and environmental pollution factor doi:10.1260/0958-305X.18.5.565
  301. O. K. Nwofor, T. C. Chineke, C. E. Akujor and U. O. Okoro: Energy diversification choices for Nigeria: Optimisation by the Criteria Ranking Method doi:10.1260/0958-305X.18.5.577
  302. T. V. Ramachandra, Sreekantha and G. B. Purnima: The status of bioenergy in the Sharavathi River Basin, India doi:10.1260/0958-305X.18.5.591
  303. David C. Archibald: Climate outlook to 2030 doi:10.1260/0958-305X.18.5.615
  304. Gary Yohe, Richard S. J. Tol and Dean Murphy: On setting near-term climate policy while the dust begins to settle: The Legacy of the Stern Review doi:10.1260/0958-305X.18.5.621
  305. Harro A.J. Meijer and Ralph F. Keeling: Comment on "180 years of atmospheric CO2 gas analysis by chemical methods" by ernst-georg beck doi:10.1260/0958-305X.18.5.635
  306. Ernst Beck: Comments on "180 years of Atmospheric CO2 Gas Analysis by Chemical Methods" doi:10.1260/0958-305X.18.5.641
  307.  
  308. 2007-3/4
  309. Hilary I. Inyang: Priming ethanol production infrastructure for Increased energy market share in developing countries doi:10.1260/095830507781076202
  310. Funso A. Akeredolu and Jacob A. Sonibare: Safety implications of bridging the energy supply/demand gap in Nigeria through associated natural gas utilization doi:10.1260/095830507781076167
  311. Felix Amenumey, Melissa Pawlisch and Okechukwu Ukaga: Energy production and consumption patterns and planning: a case of Northeast Minnesota doi:10.1260/095830507781076185
  312. Syahrul N. Kamaruzzaman, Rodger E. Edwards and Emma M. A. Zawawi: Energy consumption of electricity end uses in Malaysian historic buildings doi:10.1260/095830507781076211
  313. Joyeeta Gupta, Harro van Asselt, Onno Kuik and Chris Evans: Exogenous promotion of sustainable electricity policies in India: opportunities and challenges doi:10.1260/095830507781076257
  314. Md. Tarik-Ul-Islam and Sara Ferdousi: Renewable energy development – challenges for Bangladesh doi:10.1260/095830507781076149
  315. John C. Gault: Reactions to the IEA's world energy outlook doi:10.1260/095830507781076220
  316. Vincent Gray: Climate change 2007: the physical science basis summary for policymakers doi:10.1260/095830507781076194
  317. Arthur Rorsch: Climate science and the phlogiston theory: weighing the evidence doi:10.1260/095830507781076158
  318.  
  319. 2007-2
  320. Minoru Nakada and Kazuhiro Ueta: Sulphur emission control in China: domestic policy and regional cooperative strategy doi:10.1260/095830507780682165
  321. Pablo del Río: The impact of market power on the functioning of tradable green certificates schemes doi:10.1260/095830507780682192
  322. Jack Hardisty: Assessment of tidal current resources: case studies of estuarine and coastal sites doi:10.1260/095830507780682228
  323. Guozhong Zheng and Youyin Jing: Air conditioning: selecting the optimal cool storage system doi:10.1260/095830507780682156
  324. Ernst-Georg Beck: 180 years of atmospheric CO2 gas analysis by chemical methods doi:10.1260/095830507780682147
  325. Kim Talus: Does EU need an EU energy regulator? doi:10.1260/095830507780682237
  326. Peter Odell: Conventional wisdom challenged doi:10.1260/095830507780682183
  327. Ferdinand E. Banks: Natural gas and some natural gas myths for the 21st century doi:10.1260/095830507780682219
  328. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Fuel for Thought doi:10.1260/095830507780682129
  329. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Chatham House Conference on Middle East Oil doi:10.1260/095830507780682200
  330. Mike Rogerson: Geological storage of carbon dioxide doi:10.1260/095830507780682174
  331.  
  332. 2007-1
  333. Jorge Rogat: The politics of fuel pricing in Latin America and their implications for the environment doi:10.1260/095830507780157195
  334. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Editorial doi:10.1260/095830507780157249
  335. Per Ove Eikeland and Ingvild Andreassen Sæverud: Market diffusion of new renewable energy in Europe: explaining front-runner and laggard positions doi:10.1260/095830507780157276
  336. Paolo Bertoldi and Silvia Rezessy: Voluntary agreements for energy efficiency: review and results of European experiences doi:10.1260/095830507780157258
  337. Emily Schaeffer and Walter Block: The economics of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge doi:10.1260/095830507780157221
  338. Zhongxiang Zhang: China's hunt for oil in Africa in perspective doi:10.1260/095830507780157285
  339. Martin Gastal: The impact of energy policies on the development of renewable energies doi:10.1260/095830507780157302
  340. Willis Eschenbach: Problems with publishing scientific information on the web: how unusual were temperatures in Svalbard, Norway? doi:10.1260/095830507780157230
  341. John Gault: An economist looks at recent energy policy statements doi:10.1260/095830507780157267
  342. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Fuel for Thought doi:10.1260/095830507780157186
  343. R.M. Carter: Dangerous global warming remains unproven doi:10.1260/095830507780157212
  344. Martin Livermore: Other perspectives on climate change science doi:10.1260/095830507780157203
  345. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Protecting the marine environment from land-based sources of pollution by Daud Hassan doi:10.1260/095830507780157311
  346.  
  347. 2006
  348.  
  349. 2006-6
  350. Mario Ragwitz and Claus Huber: Status QUO and the Future of Renewable Energies in Europe doi:10.1260/095830506779398948
  351. Rogier J.A.C. Coenraads and Monique H. Voogt: Promotion of renewable electricity in the European Union doi:10.1260/095830506779398939
  352. Anne Held, Mario Ragwitz and Reinhard Haas: On the success of policy strategies for the promotion of electricity from renewable energy sources in the Eu doi:10.1260/095830506779398849
  353. Poul Erik Morthorst and Stine Grenaa Jensen: Coordinated renewable energy support schemes doi:10.1260/095830506779398876
  354. Marian Klobasa and Carlo Obersteiner: Technical constraints on and efficient strategies for the integration of wind energy doi:10.1260/095830506779398867
  355. Hans Auer: The relevance of unbundling for large-scale RES-E grid integration in Europe doi:10.1260/095830506779398858
  356. Claus Huber, Thomas Faber and Gustav Resch: Prospects of renewable energy development in the European electricity sector: Results of the simulation tool green-X doi:10.1260/095830506779398920
  357. Rainer Walz: Impact of strategies to increase RES in Europe on employment and competitiveness doi:10.1260/095830506779398894
  358. Richard S.J. Tol: The Stern Review of the economics of climate change: a comment doi:10.1260/095830506779398911
  359. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Facts and Three Questions Climate Alarmism Doing Politics with Climate Science the Combat Intensifies… But There are Problems Science Debate Heats Up Fossil Fuel Policy Nuclear Highlights doi:10.1260/095830506779398885
  360.  
  361. 2006-5
  362. Maxim Ogurtsov and Markus Lindholm: Uncertainties in assessing global warming during the 20th century: disagreement between key data sources doi:10.1260/0958-305X.17.5.685
  363. Vincent Gray: Temperature trends in the lower atmosphere doi:10.1260/0958-305X.17.5.707
  364. Andrew Hall and Nick Harvey: Environmental assessment procedures for wind power projects in Australia doi:10.1260/0958-305X.17.5.715
  365. Tracey Crosbie: Household energy studies: the gap between theory and method doi:10.1260/0958-305X.17.5.735
  366. Lennart Bengtsson: The global energy problem doi:10.1260/0958-305X.17.5.755
  367. Hans Labohm: Climate Scepticism in a Nutshell doi:10.1260/0958-305X.17.5.767
  368. Madhav L. Khandekar: India's economic progress in a changing climate: benefits of global warming! doi:10.1260/0958-305X.17.5.777
  369. Ferdinand E. Banks: Economic Theory and Some Oil Market Realities doi:10.1260/0958-305X.17.5.781
  370.  
  371. 2006-4
  372. Robert M. Carter: Great news for the Great Barrier Reef: Tully River Water Quality doi:10.1260/095830506778644233
  373. Benjamin K. Sovacool: Eroding wilderness: The ecological, legal, political, and social consequences of oil and natural gas development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) doi:10.1260/095830506778644224
  374. Regina Betz, Karoline Rogge and Michael Schön: Domestic offset projects: limited opportunities in Germany but potential for others? doi:10.1260/095830506778644260
  375. Juozas Abaravicius and Jurek Pyrko: Load management from an environmental perspective doi:10.1260/095830506778644189
  376. Jack Barrett, David Bellamy and Heinz Hug: On the sensitivity of the atmosphere to the doubling of the carbon dioxide concentration and on water vapour feedback doi:10.1260/095830506778644198
  377. Hendrik Tennekes: Protesting against dogma doi:10.1260/095830506778644288
  378. Tom Addiscott: Karl Popper and climate models: reflections on an essay by Henk Tennekes doi:10.1260/095830506778644242
  379. David Henderson: Governments and climate change issues: the case for a new approach doi:10.1260/095830506778644215
  380. Peter B. Dixon and Maureen T. Rimmer: Response to Richard Tol doi:10.1260/095830506778644206
  381. Richard S. Lindzen: Fuel for Thought doi:10.1260/095830506778644251
  382.  
  383. 2006-3
  384. Mycle Schneider, Lutz Mez and Steve Thomas: Editorial—Nuclear Power in the World 2006 doi:10.1260/095830506778119362
  385. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Obituary doi:10.1260/095830506778119443
  386. Maria Rosaria Di Nucci: The nuclear power option in the Italian energy policy doi:10.1260/095830506778119353
  387. Conrad U. Brunner: Switzerland—what's left from the glaciers in the Alps? doi:10.1260/095830506778119371
  388. Maarten J. Arentsen: Contested technology: nuclear power in the Netherlands doi:10.1260/095830506778119407
  389. Ada Ámon: Twenty years after chernobyl in Hungary: the Hungarian perspective of energy policy and the role of nuclear power doi:10.1260/095830506778119452
  390. Gergana Miladinova: The prospects for nuclear energy in Bulgaria: the rush towards the construction of Belene nuclear power plant doi:10.1260/095830506778119489
  391. Lydia V. Popova: Russian energy policy—twenty years after Chernobyl: no lessons learned? doi:10.1260/095830506778119461
  392. Sung-Jin Leem: Unchanging vision of nuclear energy: nuclear power policy of the South Korean government and citizens' challenge doi:10.1260/095830506778119425
  393. David Fig: Political fission: South Africa's nuclear programme doi:10.1260/095830506778119470
  394. John L. Jurewitz: The current outlook for the nuclear power industry in the United States doi:10.1260/095830506778119416
  395. Luiz Pinguelli Rosa: History of nuclear power in Brazil doi:10.1260/095830506778119380
  396. Ian Byatt, Ian Castles, David Henderson, Nigel Lawson, Ross Mckitrick, Julian Morris, Alan Peacock, Colin Robinson and Robert Skidelsky: The Stern review "Oxonia Papers": a critique doi:10.1260/095830506778119434
  397.  
  398. 2006-2
  399. Andrew Blowers: Nuclear or Not? Is nuclear the answer to the energy question doi:10.1260/095830506777070105
  400. Stephen W Kidd: Time for a fresh look at nuclear? doi:10.1260/095830506777070132
  401. Malcolm Grimston: Sustainable development and nuclear power doi:10.1260/095830506777070150
  402. Chris Lambert: 'Show me the money': pre-requisites and pitfalls in the financing of nuclear new build doi:10.1260/095830506777070123
  403. John Surrey: What should Britain do about nuclear power? doi:10.1260/095830506777070015
  404. Marvin Fertel: Testimony for the record doi:10.1260/095830506777070097
  405. Bjart Holtsmark: Are global per capita CO2 emissions likely to remain stable? doi:10.1260/095830506777070088
  406. Ross McKitrick and Mark C. Strazicich: Reply to Holtsmark doi:10.1260/095830506777070033
  407. Jon Birger Skjærseth and Atle Christer Christiansen: Environmental policy instruments and technological change in the energy sector: findings from comparative empirical research doi:10.1260/095830506777070024
  408. Yvette Taminiau, George Molenkamp and Svetlana Tashchilova: The pendulum: the auto-oil programmes revisited doi:10.1260/095830506777070141
  409. G. Dixit, Savita Dixit and Suchi Tiwari: Non conventional fuel resources in rural India doi:10.1260/095830506777070079
  410. Otto Wildgruber: Hydrogen as energy source: an introduction doi:10.1260/095830506777070114
  411. Simon Roberts: Nuclear power and climate change – but is there enough uranium to make a difference? doi:10.1260/095830506777069990
  412. Richard S. J. Tol: If I had a hammer: A Critique of "Analysing Convergence With A Multi-Country Computable General Equilibrium Model: PPP versus MER" by Peter Dixon and Maureen Rimmer doi:10.1260/095830506777070060
  413.  
  414. 2006-1
  415. Neville Nicholls and Dean Collins: Observed climate change in Australia over the past century doi:10.1260/095830506776318804
  416. John D McLean: A critical review of some recent Australian regional climate reports doi:10.1260/095830506776318787
  417. David C. Archibald: Solar cycles 24 and 25 and predicted climate response doi:10.1260/095830506776318796
  418. Murray Rowden-Rich: Antarctic ice & Australian Antarctic science: are they collapsing? doi:10.1260/095830506776318714
  419. William Kininmonth: The El Niño phenomenon in the context of Climate Change doi:10.1260/095830506776318732
  420. Kenneth W. Dickman: Short and longer-term planetary effects on Sun and Earth doi:10.1260/095830506776318705
  421. Karl Föger: Fuel cell development and demonstrations in Australia doi:10.1260/095830506776318778
  422. David Henderson: Report, response and review: the argument in Britain on climate change issues doi:10.1260/095830506776318723
  423. R. Bruce Godfrey: Renewable energy technologies in Australia: research, status and prospects doi:10.1260/095830506776318813
  424. Bob Carter: Time to revisit Australia's climate change policy doi:10.1260/095830506776318750
  425.  
  426. 2005
  427.  
  428. 2005-6
  429. Peter B. Dixon and Maureen T. Rimmer: Analysing convergence with a multi-country computable general equilibrium model: PPP Versus MER doi:10.1260/095830505775221524
  430. Steve Thomas: The UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority doi:10.1260/095830505775221597
  431. Pablo del Río and Félix Hernández: Indicators for the assessment of Member States' GHG emission trends and burden sharing commitments: the Cohesion Countries doi:10.1260/095830505775221588
  432. Paolo Bertoldi, Silvia Rezessy and Diana Ürge-Vorsatz: Tradable certificates for energy savings: opportunities, challenges, and prospects for integration with other market instruments in the energy sector doi:10.1260/095830505775221498
  433. Malcolm Hill, Laurie McAulay and Adrian Wilkinson: UK emissions trading from 2002–2004: corporate responses doi:10.1260/095830505775221533
  434. Miriam Hinostroza, Ildo Luis Sauer and Sinclair M-G Guerra: Fiscal reform of fuel regulation in Brazil: recent developments and environmental implications doi:10.1260/095830505775221560
  435. Ian Lloyd: The Pyramid of Uncertainties doi:10.1260/095830505775221515
  436. Will Alexander: The Kyoto Protocol: Will South Africa be the first casualty? doi:10.1260/095830505775221614
  437. Jack Barrett: Greenhouse molecules, their spectra and function in the atmosphere doi:10.1260/095830505775221542
  438. Zhang Guobao: Can energy shortage be blamed on China? A Chinese view doi:10.1260/095830505775221579
  439. Per Kurowski: A Better Alternative than a Hybrid doi:10.1260/095830505775221605
  440.  
  441. 2005-5
  442. Harry Roels: "Customer Needs, Political Expectations and Energy Economics – Sustainability as a Challenge for European Energy Companies" doi:10.1260/095830505774478512
  443. José Antonio Ocampo: The Path to Sustainability: Improving Access to Energy doi:10.1260/095830505774478585
  444. Latsoucabe Fall: Energy Access: Illusion or Reality for the Poor? doi:10.1260/095830505774478594
  445. Anne Lauvergeon: Climate Change: Beyond Kyoto doi:10.1260/095830505774478558
  446. Roger Wicks and Malcolm Keay: Can Coal Contribute To Sustainable Development? doi:10.1260/095830505774478530
  447. John Venn: Rapid Access to Modern Energy Services Using LP Gas doi:10.1260/095830505774478486
  448. Roger Gill and Harry Andrews: Hydro Tasmania – Renewable Energy Drivers, Action and Plans doi:10.1260/095830505774478495
  449. Dogan Altinbilek, Karin Seelos and Richard Taylor: Hydropower's Role in Delivering Sustainability doi:10.1260/095830505774478503
  450. Mariano Bauer and Elizabeth Mar: Transport and Energy Demand in the Developing World: The Urgent Alternatives doi:10.1260/095830505774478521
  451. Kurt Yeager, Stephen Gehl and Brent Barker: The Role of Smart Power Technologies in Global Electrification doi:10.1260/095830505774478477
  452.  
  453. 2005-3/4
  454. Julian Morris: Confuse: How Jared Diamond Fails to Convince doi:10.1260/0958305054672376
  455. Fred L. Smith: Jared Diamond and the Terrible Too's doi:10.1260/0958305054672358
  456. Wolfgang E. Kasper: Human Progress – and Collapse? doi:10.1260/0958305054672303
  457. Jennifer Marohasy: Australia's Environment Undergoing Renewal, Not Collapse doi:10.1260/0958305054672394
  458. Steven F. Hayward: Diamond in the Rough doi:10.1260/0958305054672286
  459. Kendra Okonski: Montana – A Modern Day Paradigm for Collapse? doi:10.1260/0958305054672321
  460. Benny Peiser: From Genocide to Ecocide: The Rape of Rapa Nui doi:10.1260/0958305054672385
  461. Jane S. Shaw: Vision through a Narrow Lens doi:10.1260/0958305054672259
  462. Kendra Okonski and Julian Morris: Introduction to House of Lords Submissions doi:10.1260/0958305054672411
  463. David Henderson: SRES, IPCC and the Treatment of Economic Issues: What Has Emerged? doi:10.1260/0958305054672240
  464. Martin Ågerup: The Scenarios Underlying Climate Change 'Predictions' doi:10.1260/0958305054672484
  465. Ian Byatt: Climate Change and Economics doi:10.1260/0958305054672349
  466. Ian Castles: Evidence Submitted to the Select Committee on Economic Affairs, House of Lords, London, for the Inquiry into "Aspects of the Economics of Climate Change" doi:10.1260/0958305054672439
  467. Indur M. Goklany: Evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs On Aspects of the Economics of Climate Change doi:10.1260/0958305054672312
  468. David Henderson: Evidence Submitted to the House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs doi:10.1260/0958305054672466
  469. Richard S. Lindzen: Deposition of Richard S. Lindzen before the Select Committee on Economic Affairs of the House of Lords doi:10.1260/0958305054672367
  470. Ross McKitrick: Submission to UK House of Lords: Inquiry into Aspects of the Economics of Climate Change doi:10.1260/0958305054672402
  471. Julian Morris: Submission to House of Lords: Inquiry 'Aspects of the Economics of Climate Change' doi:10.1260/0958305054672475
  472. Paul Reiter: Evidence Submitted to House of Lords: Inquiry on 'Aspects of the Economics of Climate Change' doi:10.1260/0958305054672448
  473. Colin Robinson: The Economics of Climate Change: Memorandum to House of Lords Committee on Economic Affairs doi:10.1260/0958305054672457
  474. Indur M. Goklany: A Climate Policy for the Short and Medium Term: Stabilization or Adaptation? doi:10.1260/0958305054672420
  475. Bernd Ströher and Benny Peiser: Report on the Climate Change Seminar of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Gummersbach, Germany doi:10.1260/0958305054672268
  476. Benny Peiser: The Letter Science Magazine Rejected doi:10.1260/0958305054672330
  477. Colin Robinson: Power to the People by Vijay V. Vaitheeswaren doi:10.1260/0958305054672277
  478. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: Fuel for Thought 16.3 doi:10.1260/0958305054672295
  479.  
  480. 2005-2
  481. A. Rörsch, R. S. Courtney and D. Thoenes: The Interaction of Climate Change and the Carbon Dioxide Cycle doi:10.1260/0958305053749589
  482. William J. R. Alexander: Linkages Between Solar Activity and Climatic Responses doi:10.1260/0958305053749462
  483. Harald Tauchmann: Co2 Abatement and Fuel Mix in German Electric Power Generation – is the "Ecological Electricity Tax" Ecologically Effective? doi:10.1260/0958305053749561
  484. Jonathan M. O. Scurlock: Biofuels for Transport in the UK: What is Feasible? doi:10.1260/0958305053749534
  485. Jesper Munksgaard, Manfred Lenzen, Thomas C. Jensen and Lise-Lotte Pade: Transport Energy Embodied in Consumer Goods: A Hybrid Life-Cycle Analysis doi:10.1260/0958305053749480
  486. Ferdinand E. Banks: An Unsympathetic Lecture on Economic Theory and the Deregulation of Natural Gas doi:10.1260/0958305053749552
  487. David Henderson: The Treatment of Economic Issues by The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change doi:10.1260/0958305053749525
  488. Madhav L. Khandekar: Extreme Weather Trends Vs. Dangerous Climate Change: A Need for Critical Reassessment doi:10.1260/0958305053749543
  489. Reid A. Bryson: Global Warming? doi:10.1260/0958305053749499
  490. Jack Barrett: Discussions on Climate Change as Presented in Nature, 2004 doi:10.1260/0958305053749570
  491.  
  492. 2005-1
  493. Atle Christer Christiansen and Jon Birger Skjaerseth: Climate Change Policies in Norway and the Netherlands: Different Instruments, Similar Outcome? doi:10.1260/0958305053516262
  494. Jesper Munksgaard, Manfred Lenzen, Thomas Jensen and Lise-Lotte Pade: Transport Energy Embodied in Consumer Goods: A Hybrid Life-Cycle Analysis doi:10.1260/0958305053516280
  495. Ryan Wiser, Scott Olson, Lori Bird and Blair Swezey: Utility Green Pricing Programs: A Statistical Analysis of Program Effectiveness doi:10.1260/0958305053516172
  496. Stephen McIntyre and Ross Mckitrick: The M&M Critique of the MBH98 Northern Hemisphere Climate Index: Update and Implications doi:10.1260/0958305053516226
  497. A. Rörsch, R. S. Courtney and D. Thoenes: Global Warming and the Accumulation of Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere doi:10.1260/0958305053516190
  498. Robert T. Lackey: Normative Science doi:10.1260/0958305053516181
  499. Zbigniew Jaworowski: Nature Rules the Climate doi:10.1260/0958305053516163
  500. Hans Labohm: Hayek on Kyoto doi:10.1260/0958305053516244
  501. Allan M.R. Macrae: Drive-by Shootings in Kyotoville: The Global Warming Debate Heats Up doi:10.1260/0958305053516271
  502.  
  503. 2004
  504.  
  505. 2004-6
  506. Harold Wilhite and Jorgen S. Norgard: Equating Efficiency with Reduction: A Self-Deception in Energy Policy doi:10.1260/0958305043026618
  507. Tadj Oreszczyn: Our Innate Ability to Think of New Ways to Use Energy doi:10.1260/0958305043026645
  508. Roger Levett: Quality of Life Eco-Efficiency doi:10.1260/0958305043026582
  509. Tim Jackson: Negotiating Sustainable Consumption: A review of the consumption debate and its policy implications doi:10.1260/0958305043026573
  510. Elizabeth Shove: Efficiency and Consumption: Technology and Practice doi:10.1260/0958305043026555
  511. Tina Fawcett: Carbon Rationing and Personal Energy Use doi:10.1260/0958305043026609
  512. Andrew Rudin: Efficiency and Conservation: An Interview with Andy Rudin doi:10.1260/0958305043026627
  513. Steve Potter: Transport Tax Reform and the Environment doi:10.1260/0958305043026654
  514.  
  515. 2004-5
  516. Terence C. Mills: Time Series Modelling of Trends in Northern Hemispheric Average Temperature Series doi:10.1260/0958305042886741
  517. Marco Semadeni, Ralf Hansmann and Thomas Flüeler: Public Attitudes in Relation to Risk And Novelty of Future Energy Options doi:10.1260/0958305042886787
  518. Jørgen Wettestad: Offshore Air Pollution and Technological Fixes: A Norway - UK Comparison of Achievement doi:10.1260/0958305042886822
  519. Zbigniew Jaworowski: Chernobyl, Nuclear Wastes and Nature doi:10.1260/0958305042886714
  520. Lewis E. Gilbert: Strategies for Developing Carbon Sequestration Portfolios doi:10.1260/0958305042886778
  521. Ferdinand E. Banks: Economic Theory and a Faith-based Approach To Global Warming doi:10.1260/0958305042886804
  522. Garth Paltridge: The Politicised Science of Greenhouse Climate Change doi:10.1260/0958305042886750
  523. William Kininmonth: A Report on the International Seminar On Climate Change and Kyoto Protocol Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow 7–8 July 2004-09-12 doi:10.1260/0958305042886697
  524. Hans De Keulenaer: Energy Efficient Motor Driven Systems doi:10.1260/0958305042886688
  525. The Leipzig Declaration on Global Climate Change doi:10.1260/0958305042886732
  526. IPCC Silence: Three Letters to Dr Pachauri That Remain Unanswered doi:10.1260/0958305042886813
  527. John R. Hunter: Comments On: 'Tuvalu Not Experiencing Increased Sea Level Rise' doi:10.1260/0958305042886796
  528. Willis Eschenbach: Response to John Hunter's Review doi:10.1260/0958305042886723
  529.  
  530. 2004-4
  531. Volkmar Lauber and Lutz Mez: Three Decades of Renewable Electricity Policies in Germany doi:10.1260/0958305042259792
  532. Klaus Traube: Renewable Energy and Nature Conservation doi:10.1260/0958305042259765
  533. Atle Midttun, Mari Hegg Gundersen and Anne Louise Koefoed: Greening of Nordic Electricity Industry: Policy Convergence and Diversity doi:10.1260/0958305042259729
  534. Niels I. Meyer: Development of Danish Wind Power Market doi:10.1260/0958305042259710
  535. Tomas Kåberger, Thomas Sterner, Max Zamanian and Anna Jürgensen: Economic Efficiency of Compulsory Green Electricity Quotas in Sweden doi:10.1260/0958305042259756
  536. Diana Ürge-Vorsatz, Silvia Rezessy and Alexios Antypas: Renewable Electricity Support Schemes in Central Europe: A Case of Incomplete Policy Transfer doi:10.1260/0958305042259783
  537. Adam Gula, Artur Wyrwa and Chadysz Wieslaw: Zig Zags in the Polish Liquid Biofuel Act doi:10.1260/0958305042259738
  538. Ulrich Laumanns, Danyel Reiche and Mischa Bechberger: Renewable Energies in Developing Countries: Issues, Interests, and Implications doi:10.1260/0958305042259774
  539.  
  540. 2004-3
  541. Warwick J. Mckibbin, David Pearce and Alison Stegman: Can the IPCC Sres Be Improved?* doi:10.1260/0958305041494611
  542. Jacob Ryten: MERs PPPs And IPCC: Illusions and Reality doi:10.1260/0958305041494585
  543. Ian Castles: The Role of the IPCC is To Assess Climate Change Not Advocate Kyoto doi:10.1260/0958305041494602
  544. Regina Betz, Wolfgang Eichhammer and Joachim Schleich: Designing National Allocation Plans For EU-Emissions Trading – A First Analysis of the Outcomes doi:10.1260/0958305041494657
  545. Jesper Krogstrup and Gert Tinggaard Svendsen: Can the EU Persuade the Us To Rejoin the Kyoto Agreement? doi:10.1260/0958305041494729
  546. Roslyn E. Taplin: Australian Experience with 'New' Environmental Policy Instruments: The Greenhouse Challenge and Greenhouse Friendly Programs doi:10.1260/0958305041494675
  547. Debra Johnson: EU-Russian Energy Policy – Single or Multiple Policy Paradigms? doi:10.1260/0958305041494648
  548. Ya. K. Kondratyev: Key Aspects of Global Climate Change doi:10.1260/0958305041494666
  549. Fred Singer: A 2004 View of the Kyoto Protocol doi:10.1260/0958305041494693
  550. David R. Legates: A Scientific Stick Check doi:10.1260/0958305041494620
  551. Roger A. Pielke: What is Climate Change? doi:10.1260/0958305041494576
  552. Madhav L Khandekar: Are Climate Model Projections Reliable Enough For Climate Policy? doi:10.1260/0958305041494684
  553. Willis Eschenbach: Tuvalu Not Experiencing Increased Sea Level Rise doi:10.1260/0958305041494701
  554.  
  555. 2004-2
  556. Peter Russ: The Role of Accelerated Power Generation Technology Development to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions doi:10.1260/095830504323153379
  557. Ole Langniß and Lena Neij: National and International Learning with Wind Power doi:10.1260/095830504323153388
  558. Stine Grenaa Jensen: Describing Technological Development with Quantitative Models doi:10.1260/095830504323153397
  559. Jochen Markard, Bernhard Truffer and Dieter M. Imboden: The Impacts of Market Liberalization on Innovation Processes in the Electricity Sector doi:10.1260/095830504323153405
  560. Anneli Nikula and Martti Kätkä: The Planned Fifth Nuclear Reactor in Finland, and its Institutional Framework doi:10.1260/095830504323153414
  561. Reinhard Madlener and Marcel Wickart: Diffusion of Cogeneration in Swiss Industries: Economics, Technical Change, Field of Application, and Framework Conditions doi:10.1260/095830504323153423
  562. Philippe Menanteau: Liberalisation of the Electricity Sector and Development of Distributed Generation: Germany, United Kingdom and France doi:10.1260/095830504323153432
  563. Rainer Walz: Innovation Effects of Energy Policy Instruments in Germany doi:10.1260/095830504323153441
  564. Artur Wyrwa, Arkadiusz Figórski and Adam Gula: Policy Instruments for Supporting Energy Efficiency in Poland doi:10.1260/095830504323153450
  565. Yoshinori Itoh and Toshihiko Nakata: Input-Output Analysis for Installing Renewable Energy Systems doi:10.1260/095830504323153469
  566. Eberhard Jochem: R&D and Innovation Policy - Preconditions for Making Steps Towards a 2000 Watt/Cap Society doi:10.1260/095830504323153478
  567. Ramunas Gatautis: Regulation and Competition in the Lithuanian District Heating Sector doi:10.1260/095830504323153487
  568. Gustav Resch, Thomas Faber, Reinhard Haas and Claus Huber: Experience Curves vs Dynamic Cost-Resource Curves and their Impact on the Assessment of the Future Development of Renewables doi:10.1260/095830504323153496
  569. Michael ten Donkelaar: A Survey of Solutions and Options for the Integration of Distributed Generation into Electricity Supply Systems doi:10.1260/095830504323153504
  570.  
  571. 2004-1
  572. Craig Loehle: Using Historical Climate Data to Evaluate Climate Trends: Issues of Statistical Inference doi:10.1260/095830504322986457
  573. Arnulf Grübler, Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Joe Alcamo, Ged Davis, Joergen Fenhann, Bill Hare, Shunsuke Mori, Bill Pepper, Hugh Pitcher, Keywan Riahi, Hans-Holger Rogner, Emilo Lebre La Rovere, Alexei Sankovski, Michael Schlesinger, R. P. Shukla, Rob Swart, Nadejda Victor and Tae Yong Jung: Emissions Scenarios: A Final Response doi:10.1260/095830504322986466
  574. Ferdinand E. Banks: Economic Theory and the Failure of Electricty Deregulation in Sweden doi:10.1260/095830504322986475
  575. Adel A. Abdel-Rahman: The Mechanics of E.p.: The Dispersion of a Jet Discharging into a Wavy Stream doi:10.1260/095830504322986484
  576. Tom Kane: Slippery Business Why America Attacked Iraq doi:10.1260/095830504322986493
  577. Urs Steiner Brandt and Gert Tinggaard Svendsen: Rent-seeking and Grandfathering: the Case of GHG Trade in the EU doi:10.1260/095830504322986501
  578. Chloe Weiter: The Renewable Portfolio Standard in Western Australia - Performance in the Face of Institutional Constraints doi:10.1260/095830504322986510
  579. Ari Venäläinen, Bengt Tammelin, Heikki Tuomenvirta, Kirsti Jylhä, Jarkko Koskela, Merja A. Turunen, Bertel Vehviläinen, John Forsius and Pekka Järvinen: The Influence of Climate Change on Energy Production & Heating Energy Demand in Finland doi:10.1260/095830504322986529
  580.  
  581. 2003
  582.  
  583. 2003-6
  584. Stephen McIntyre and Ross McKitrick: Corrections to the Mann et. al. (1998) Proxy Data Base and Northern Hemispheric Average Temperature Series doi:10.1260/095830503322793632
  585. L.B. Klyashtorin and A. A. Lyubushin: On the Coherence between Dynamics of the World Fuel Consumption and Global Temperature Anomaly doi:10.1260/095830503322793641
  586. Tim Patterson: Supernovae Have Influenced Earth's Climate: Study Leads to Reduced Effects from CO2 doi:10.1260/095830503322793650
  587. Jarl Ahlbeck: Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Concentration: Ocean Model Reality Check doi:10.1260/095830503322793669
  588. Bob Foster: Greenhouse Policymakers - You Are on Your Own Now doi:10.1260/095830503322793678
  589. Indur M. Goklany: Relative Contributions of Global Warming to Various Climate Sensitive Risks, and their Implications for Adaptation and Mitigation doi:10.1260/095830503322793687
  590. Julia Barrera and Reimund Schwarze: Activities Implemented Jointly. Evidence on Recent Developments doi:10.1260/095830503322793696
  591. Arild Moe, Kristian Tangen, Vladimir Berdin and Oleg Pluzhnikov: Emissions Trading and Green Investments in Russia doi:10.1260/095830503322793704
  592.  
  593. 2003-5
  594. Heleen de Coninck and Nico van der Linden: Characteristics of Carbon Transactions. Joint Implementation, Clean Development Mechanisms and Emission Trading in Perspective doi:10.1260/095830503322663357
  595. Karl-Martin Ehrhart, Christian Hoppe, Joachim Schleich and Stefan Seifert: Strategic Aspects of CO2-Emissions Trading: Theoretical Concepts and Empirical Findings doi:10.1260/095830503322663366
  596. Jacob Lemming and Peter Meibom: Including Investment Risk in Large-Scale Power-Market Models doi:10.1260/095830503322663375
  597. Reinhard Madlener and Christiane Schmid: Adoption and Diffusion of Decentralised Energy Conversion Technologies: The Success of Engine Co-Generation in Germany doi:10.1260/095830503322663384
  598. Edoardo Croci: Voluntary Agreements for CO2 Emissions Reduction: Evaluation and Perspectives doi:10.1260/095830503322663393
  599. Steve Sorrell: WHO OWNS THE CARBON? Interactions between the EU Emissions Trading Scheme and the UK Renewables Obligation and Energy Efficiency Commitment doi:10.1260/095830503322663401
  600. Johan Couder and Aviel Verbruggen: Technical Efficiency Measures as a Tool for Energy Benchmarking in Industry? doi:10.1260/095830503322663410
  601. Inga Konstantinaviciute: Climate Change Mitigation Policies in Lithuania doi:10.1260/095830503322663429
  602. Mariusz Kudelko and Wojciech Suwala: Environmental Policy in Poland - Current State and Perspectives of Development doi:10.1260/095830503322663438
  603.  
  604. 2003-4
  605. Ryunosuke Kikuchi: Co2 Recovery and Reuse in the Energy Sector, Energy Resource Development and Others: Economic and Technical Evaluation of Large-scale Co2 Recycling doi:10.1260/095830503322364403
  606. Morten Vesterdal and Gert Tinggaard Svendsen: EU Emission Trading: Starting with Carbon Dioxide doi:10.1260/095830503322364412
  607. P. D. Townsend, R. Parish and A. P. Rowlands: A New Interpretation of Depth-Age Profiles doi:10.1260/095830503322364421
  608. Ian Castles and David Henderson: Economics, Emissions Scenarios and the Work of the IPCC doi:10.1260/095830503322364430
  609. U. Wiegand, P. Schreck, P. Schreiter, I. Lerche and W. Glaesser: Restoration of Open Pit Lignite Mining in the Former GDR: Lessons to be Learnt From Zwenkau doi:10.1260/095830503322364449
  610. Ghassan Tashtoush: Effect of Acoustics on NOx Emission in Premixed Flame, Experimental Study doi:10.1260/095830503322364458
  611. Sameer Al-Asheh and Fawzi Banat: Packed-bed Removal of Copper and Zinc Ions Using Chemically-treated Chicken Feathers doi:10.1260/095830503322364467
  612. Riadh W. Y. Habash: Foreseeable Health Risk of Electric and Magnetic Field Residential Exposures doi:10.1260/095830503322364476
  613. Hans Labohm and Dick Thoenes: Climate in Wonderland doi:10.1260/095830503322364502
  614.  
  615. 2003-2/3
  616. The Institution of Chemical Engineers: Energy at the Crossroads doi:10.1260/095830503765184565
  617. Lars Bergman and Marian Radetzki: Global and European Climate Policy and Fossil Fuel Markets doi:10.1260/095830503765184574
  618. Ian Castles and David Henderson: The IPCC Emission Scenarios: An Economic-Statistical Critique doi:10.1260/095830503765184583
  619. Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Arnulf Grübler, Stuard Gaffin, Tae Tong Jung, Tom Kram, Tsuneyuki Morita, Hugh Pitcher, Keywan Riahi, Michael Schlesinger, P. R. Shukla, Detlef van Vuuren, Ged Davis, Laurie Michaelis, Rob Swart and Nadja Victor: IPCC SRES Revisited: A Response doi:10.1260/095830503765184592
  620. William Kininmonth: Climate Change - A Natural Hazard doi:10.1260/095830503765184600
  621. Willie Soon, Sallie Baliunas, Craig Idso, Sherwood Idso and David R. Legates: Reconstructing Climatic and Environmental Changes of the Past 1000 Years: A Reappraisal doi:10.1260/095830503765184619
  622. Marcel Leroux: "Global Warming": Myth or Reality? The Actual Evolution of the Weather Dynamics doi:10.1260/095830503765184628
  623. Pat Michaels: Do Facts Matter Anymore? doi:10.1260/095830503765184637
  624. Theodor Landscheidt: New Little Ice Age Instead of Global Warming? doi:10.1260/095830503765184646
  625. Hans Jelbring: The "Greenhouse Effect" as a Function of Atmospheric Mass doi:10.1260/095830503765184655
  626.  
  627. 2003-1
  628. V. Luque Cabal: Climate Change and European Cleaner Coal Technology (CCT) doi:10.1260/095830503764929622
  629. Carsten J. Kolligs: Technological and Financial Aspects of Coal-fired Plant Upgrading and Optimisation doi:10.1260/095830503764929631
  630. Dee P. Rees: The Use of Naturally Clean Coals to Achieve Cleaner Coal Technology doi:10.1260/095830503764929640
  631. Peter Brennan: Benefits and Opportunities for Coal Combustion Products doi:10.1260/095830503764929659
  632. Takahashi Masaki: The World Bank Group's Perspectives and Cases of Cleaner Coal Technology Projects doi:10.1260/095830503764929668
  633. Adepo Jepson Olumide, Ayodele Charles Oludare and Balogun Olufemi: A Review of Technical Potential for Coal Production and Coal Degasification - a Conventional Source of Methane- in Nigeria doi:10.1260/095830503764929677
  634.  
  635. 2002
  636.  
  637. 2002-6
  638. Atle Christer Christiansen: Promoting Environmental Innovation in the Energy Sector: An Analytcial Framework for Dynamic Efficiency Assessments doi:10.1260/095830502762231296
  639. Caleb Stewart and Mir-Akbar Hessami: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Due to Power Consumption of Household Whitegoods Appliances doi:10.1260/095830502762231304
  640. Y. Zimmels, F. Kirzhner and B. Krasovitski: Design Criteria for Compressed Air Storage in Hard Rock doi:10.1260/095830502762231313
  641. Bhaskar Sinha: Pines in the Himalayas: Past, Present and Future Scenario doi:10.1260/095830502762231322
  642. Clair Gough, Ian Taylor and Simon Shackley: Burying Carbon Under the Sea: An Initial Exploration of Public Opinions doi:10.1260/095830502762231331
  643. Stephen W. Kidd: Mixed Oxide (MOX) Fuel - Devil or Saint? doi:10.1260/095830502762231340
  644.  
  645. 2002-4/5
  646. Peter Sutherland: Extracts from Keynote Address: World Political, Economic, Technological and IT "Drivers": Setting the Stage for the Energy Industry doi:10.1260/095830502320939516
  647. Lucien Y. Bronicki: Sustainable Energy for Rural Areas of the Developing Countries doi:10.1260/095830502320939525
  648. Geoffrey Stile: Improving Energy Efficiency in Developing Markets Through Enhanced Human Resource Development: An Example from Southern Africa doi:10.1260/095830502320939534
  649. Hideo Maruyama, Kazuo Nomura, Sadao Wasaka, Shoichi Ibaragi and Tu Zhuming: Coal Conversion Technologies for Securing Energy in Asian Countries doi:10.1260/095830502320939543
  650. Ger Klaassen, Riahi Keywan Miketa and Leo Schrattenholzer: Technological Progress Towards Sustainable Development doi:10.1260/095830502320939552
  651. Günter Dach and Ulrich Wegmann: Strategy of a Global Coal Company for Sustainable Development doi:10.1260/095830502320939561
  652. Stellan Thorén, Stig Hjärne and Christer Parkegren: Hydroelectric Development: Challenges and Progress doi:10.1260/095830502320939570
  653. Hans-Holger Rogner, Jürgen Kupitz, Lucille Langlois and Alan McDonald: Innovation in Nuclear Technology: Key to its Future Success doi:10.1260/095830502320939589
  654. Pierre Advenier, Pierre Boisson, Claude Delarue, André Douaud, Claude Girard and Michel Legendre: Energy Efficiency and CO2 Emissions of Road Transportation: Comparative Analysis of Technologies and Fuels doi:10.1260/095830502320939598
  655. Wayne Meier, Farokh Najmabadi, John Schmidt and John Sheffield: Role of Fusion Energy in a Sustainable Global Energy Strategy doi:10.1260/095830502320939606
  656. Timo Nyrönen, Heikki Koivisto, Kauko Relander, Juha Poikola and Raimo Sopo: Biomass Fuels in the Finnish Energy Production doi:10.1260/095830502320939615
  657. Hans Joergen Koch: The Value of Renewables doi:10.1260/095830502320939624
  658. Maria Jona Gunnarsdottir, Heidi Juhler, Heikki Koivisto, Rolf Staalebrant and Birger Lauersen: More DHC/CHP Reduces Climate Problems doi:10.1260/095830502320939633
  659. Arne Mogren, Truls Borgström and Bo Nelson: The Climate Change Issue in a Deregulated Electricity Market doi:10.1260/095830502320939642
  660. Paul Freund: Technological Responses to Climate Change in the Energy Sector doi:10.1260/095830502320939651
  661. Ronny Glöckner, Øystein Ulleberg, Ragne Hildrum, Catherine E. Grégoire and Padró Ife: Integrating Renewables for Remote Fuel Systems doi:10.1260/095830502320939660
  662. Tore Langset: Quality Dependent Revenues - Incentive Regulation of Quality of Supply doi:10.1260/095830502320939679
  663. Bent Agerholm, Hans-Erik Kristoffersen, Poul Erik Morthorst, Malene Hein Nybroe and Bjarne Crone Mortensen: Promoting Renewables Through Market Mechanisms doi:10.1260/095830502320939688
  664.  
  665. 2002-3
  666. Anastassia Makarieva, Victor G. Gorshkov, Brendan MacKey and Vadim V. Gorshkov: HOW VALID ARE THE BIOLOGICAL AND ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES UNDERPINNING GLOBAL CHANGE SCIENCE? doi:10.1260/095830502320268142
  667. David E. Wojick: THE UN IPCC'S ARTFUL BIAS: SUMMARY OF FINDINGS: GLARING OMISSIONS, FALSE CONFIDENCE AND MISLEADING STATISTICS IN THE SUMMARY FOR POLICYMAKERS doi:10.1260/095830502320268151
  668. S. Fred Singer: STATISTICAL ANALYSIS DOES NOT SUPPORT A HUMAN INFLUENCE ON CLIMATE doi:10.1260/095830502320268160
  669. Bob Foster: CRITIQUE OF IPCC'S TAR SUMMARY FOR POLICYMAKERS doi:10.1260/095830502320268179
  670. Patrick J Michaels: ABRUPT CLIMATE NOISE doi:10.1260/095830502320268188
  671. Kenneth Green: POSITION STATEMENT ON 'GLOBAL WARMING SCIENCE AND POLICY' doi:10.1260/095830502320268197
  672. Hans H.J. Labohm: CLIMATE CHANGE: UNRAVELLING A DOGMA doi:10.1260/095830502320268205
  673. Asmunn Moene: THE CAUSE OF GLOBAL TEMPERATURE CHANGES doi:10.1260/095830502320268214
  674. Henrik Christoffersen and Gert Tinggaard Svendsen: BUREAUCRATIC TAX-SEEKING: THE DANISH WASTE TAX doi:10.1260/095830502320268223
  675. Ross McKitrick and Timothy Shufelt: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF ENHANCED PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS doi:10.1260/095830502320268232
  676. Jørgen Wettestad: IMPLEMENTING STRONGER EUROPEAN AIR POLLUTION POLICIES: WILL HIGH HOPES IN BRUSSELS AND GENEVA BE DASHED IN LONDON? doi:10.1260/095830502320268241
  677. Patrick Collins: POPULATION GROWTH THE SCAPEGOAT? RETHINKING THE NEO-MALTHUSIAN DEBATE doi:10.1260/095830502320268250
  678. Knut Kübler: HOW CAN THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY FULFIL THE KYOTO PROTOCOL? THE WISE-MAN APPROACH doi:10.1260/095830502320268269
  679. Liu Deshun and Taishi Sugiyama: CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM FOR POWER INFRASTRUCTURES FOR CHINA'S SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT doi:10.1260/095830502320268278
  680. John Surrey: THE UK ENERGY REVIEW: A PERFORMANCE AND INNOVATION UNIT REPORT TO GOVERNMENT doi:10.1260/095830502320268296
  681. Michael Laughton and Bert Whittington: OUR ENERGY FUTURE? A COMMENTARY ON THE PIU'S ENERGY REVIEW doi:10.1260/095830502320268304
  682. Richard Mayson: A PLACE FOR NUCLEAR ENERGY IN THE UK'S FUTURE ENERGY PORTFOLIO doi:10.1260/095830502320268313
  683. Gary D. Sharp: The Nineteenth Annual PACLIM Workshop doi:10.1260/095830502320268322
  684. Baha Kuban and Tanay Sõdkõuyar: THE SEARCH FOR A NATIONAL PHOTOVOLTAIC STRATEGY FOR TURKEY doi:10.1260/095830502320268331
  685.  
  686. 2002-2
  687. Lutz Mez and Annette Piening: PHASING-OUT NUCLEAR POWER GENERATION IN GERMANY: POLICIES, ACTORS, ISSUES AND NON-ISSUES doi:10.1260/0958305021501155
  688. Måns Lönnroth: THE LONG SHADOWS OF THE 1970s – NUCLEAR POWER IN SWEDEN doi:10.1260/0958305021501164
  689. Tomas Kåberger: SWEDISH NUCLEAR POWER AND ECONOMIC RATIONALITIES doi:10.1260/0958305021501173
  690. John L. Jurewitz: THE U.S. NUCLEAR POWER INDUSTRY: PAST, PRESENT, AND POSSIBLE FUTURES doi:10.1260/0958305021501182
  691. Steve Thomas: NUCLEAR POWER IN THE UK ELECTRICITY MARKET: FROM A LIMITED FUTURE TO ETERNAL LIFE AND BACK AGAIN? doi:10.1260/0958305021501191
  692. Dominique Finon: THE MITIGATION OF THE FRENCH NUCLEAR OPTION: NEW INDUSTRIAL REALISM AND TECHNICAL DEMOCRACY doi:10.1260/0958305021501209
  693.  
  694. 2002-1
  695. Mary Jane Patterson and Ian H. Rowlands: BEAUTY IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER: A COMPARISON OF 'GREEN POWER' CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE UNITED STATES
  696. Alexi Clarke and David Elliott: AN ASSSESSMENT OF BIOMASS AS AN ENERGY SOURCE: THE CASE OF ENERGY FROM WASTE doi:10.1260/0958305021501074
  697. Malcolm R. Hill: RUSSIAN METHANE EMISSIONS: OPTIONS FOR REDUCTION doi:10.1260/0958305021501083
  698. Vilja Varho: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF PHOTOVOLTAIC ELECTRIFICATION IN RURAL AREAS doi:10.1260/0958305021501092
  699. Ryunosuke Kikuchi: VIEWS ON METHANE HYDRATE FOR ZERO-EMISSION ENERGY doi:10.1260/0958305021501100
  700. Njeri Wamukonya and Margaret Skutsch: GENDER ANGLE TO THE CLIMATE CHANGE NEGOTIATIONS doi:10.1260/0958305021501119
  701. Hugh W. Ellsaesser: THE CURRENT STATUS OF GLOBAL WARMING doi:10.1260/0958305021501128
  702. Ján Veizer: FOUR BILLION YEARS OF THE CARBON CYCLE WHAT'S IN IT FOR US? doi:10.1260/0958305021501137
  703.  
  704. 2001
  705.  
  706. 2001-5/6
  707. Harro A.J. Meijer: THE SCIENCE OF GREENHOUSE GASES: UNCERTAINTIES IN SOURCES AND SINKS, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR VERIFICATION. doi:10.1260/0958305011501002
  708. Anton J.M. Schoot Uiterkamp: CDM AND JI IN VIEW OF THE SUSTAINABILITY DEBATE doi:10.1260/0958305011501011
  709. Goodspeed Kopolo: DO "SURROGATE EMISSIONS" CONSTITUTE IN-BUILT LEAKAGE OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL FLEXIBLE MECHANISMS? doi:10.1260/0958305011500869
  710. W. Fichtner, S. Graehl and O. Rentz: BASELINE SETTING USING OPTIMISING ENERGY MODELS doi:10.1260/0958305011500878
  711. Katie Begg and Stuart Parkinson: JI AND CDM: LESSONS FROM PILOT PROJECT ASSESSMENT doi:10.1260/0958305011500887
  712. Yda Schreuder and Christopher Sherry: FLEXIBLE MECHANISMS IN THE CORPORATE GREENHOUSE: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL AND THE GLOBALIZATION OF THE doi:10.1260/0958305011500896
  713. G.B. Phillips and E. Aalders: SUCCESS AND FAILURE OF JI AND CDM PROJECTS: FORESTRY doi:10.1260/0958305011500904
  714. Peter Read: THE ROLE OF PLANTATION SINKS doi:10.1260/0958305011500913
  715. Christoph Sutter, Urs Brodmann and Alexander Lüchinger: INTERNATIONAL CO2 ABATEMENT PROJECTS: EXPERIENCE FROM THE SWISS AIJ PILOT PROGRAM doi:10.1260/0958305011500922
  716. Jerzy Andruszkiewicz, Mariusz Gronski, Jan-Willem van de Ven and Anna Borucka: POLISH-DUTCH COOPERATION IN THE SZAMOTULY JOINT IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT doi:10.1260/0958305011500931
  717.  
  718. 2001-4
  719. Folke Günther: FOSSIL ENERGY AND FOOD SECURITY doi:10.1260/0958305011500779
  720. Lasse Ringius: WHAT PROSPECTS FOR SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION IN THE CDM? COP-6 AND BEYOND doi:10.1260/0958305011500788
  721. Craig D. Idso: EARTH'S RISING ATMOSPHERIC CO2 CONCENTRATION: IMPACTS ON THE BIOSPHERE doi:10.1260/0958305011500797
  722. Andrew Emery, Adrian Gibbs, Anthony Griffiths and Keith Williams: WASTE ARISINGS – ENERGY RECOVERY IMPLICATIONS FOR A TRADITIONAL SOUTH WALES VALLEY REGION doi:10.1260/0958305011500805
  723. Vijoleta Braach-Maksvytis: NANOTECHNOLOGY AND ARTIFICIAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS: GO SMART, MIMIC NATURE doi:10.1260/0958305011500814
  724. Martyn C. R. Symons and Jack Barrett: IS THE ENHANCEMENT OF GLOBAL WARMING IMPORTANT? doi:10.1260/0958305011500823
  725. Richard S Courtney: CRYSTAL BALLS, VIRTUAL REALITIES AND 'STORYLINES' doi:10.1260/0958305011500832
  726. Robert H. Essenhigh: DOES CO2 REALLY DRIVE GLOBAL WARMING? doi:10.1260/0958305011500841
  727.  
  728. 2001-2/3
  729. Shardul Agrawala and Steinar Andresen: TWO LEVEL GAMES AND THE FUTURE OF THE CLIMATE REGIME
  730. Jan Corfee Morlot: THE OECD AND GHG MITIGATION: A POLICY PERSPECTIVE doi:10.1260/0958305011500652
  731. Shardul Agrawala and Steinar Andresen: US CLIMATE POLICY: EVOLUTION AND FUTURE PROSPECTS doi:10.1260/0958305011500661
  732. Jørgen Wettestad: THE AMBIGUOUS PROSPECTS FOR EU CLIMATE POLICY - A SUMMARY OF OPTIONS doi:10.1260/0958305011500670
  733. Yasuko Kawashima: JAPAN AND CLIMATE CHANGE: RESPONSES AND EXPLANATIONS doi:10.1260/0958305011500689
  734. Arild Moe and Kristian Tangen: RUSSIAN CLIMATE POLICIES: MORE THAN HOT AIR? doi:10.1260/0958305011500698
  735. Paul R. Samson: CANADIAN CIRCUMSTANCES: THE EVOLUTION OF CANADA'S CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY doi:10.1260/0958305011500706
  736. Joyeeta Gupta: INDIA AND CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY: BETWEEN DIPLOMATIC DEFENSIVENESS AND INDUSTRIAL TRANSFORMATION doi:10.1260/0958305011500715
  737. Kristian Tangen, Gørild Heggelund and Jørund Buen: CHINA'S CLIMATE CHANGE POSITIONS: AT A TURNING POINT? doi:10.1260/0958305011500634
  738.  
  739. 2001-1
  740. Warwick K. McKibbin: MOVING BEYOND KYOTO doi:10.1260/0958305011500544
  741. Taishi Sugiyama: ENFORCEMENT OR MANAGEMENT: TWO SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT IN THE INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN OF THE KYOTO REGIME doi:10.1260/0958305011500553
  742. Helen Loose: KYOTO PROTOCOL: TRADE VERSUS THE ENVIRONMENT doi:10.1260/0958305011500562
  743. Lene Hjøllund and Gert Tinggaard Svendsen: WHY GREEN TAXATION? doi:10.1260/0958305011500571
  744. Gilbert Eggermont, Gaston Meskens, Bemard Neerdael, Ludo Veuchelen and Frank Hardeman: INTEGRATION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES IN NUCLEAR RESEARCH PROJECTS OF SCK•CEN, MOL doi:10.1260/0958305011500580
  745. Zhu Tingyu and Wang Yang: STUDY ON TAR PROPERTY FROM COAL MILD GASIFICATION WITH CALCIUM OXIDE CATALYST doi:10.1260/0958305011500599
  746. Patrick Mendis: FOOD SECURITY, AGRICULTURAL SUBSIDIES, ENERGY, AND THE ENVIRONMENT: A PROCESS OF 'GLOCALIZATION' IN SRI LANKA doi:10.1260/0958305011500607
  747. Ian Lerche: NATURAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS doi:10.1260/0958305011500616
  748.  
  749. 2000
  750.  
  751. 2000-6
  752. Vincent Gray: THE CAUSE OF GLOBAL WARMING doi:10.1260/0958305001500428
  753. Heinz Hug: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE HYPOTHESIS THAT CLIMATE CHANGE IS CAUSED BY CARBON DIOXIDE doi:10.1260/0958305001500437
  754. Ernest J. Moniz: SHAPING THE NUCLEAR FUTURE doi:10.1260/0958305001500446
  755. Taishi Sugiyama: STRATEGIC VALUE OF CARBON RECOVERY AND STORAGE TECHNOLOGY: POLITICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DIMENSION doi:10.1260/0958305001500455
  756. Karl H. Schultz: METHANE MITIGATION CONFERENCE REPORT doi:10.1260/0958305001500464
  757. Peter Read: ASYMMETRIC LEARNING BY DOING AND DYNAMICALLY EFFICIENT POLICY: IMPLICATIONS FOR DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL EMISSIONS PERMIT TRADING OF ALLOCATING PERMITS USEFULLY doi:10.1260/0958305001500473
  758. John Crosisca and Aynsley Kellow: CONTROLLING POLLUTION USING ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS IN COMPETITIVE ELECTRICITY MARKETS: THE CHALLENGES OF MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE doi:10.1260/0958305001500482
  759. Roger Bate: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DDT AND MALARIA CONTROL doi:10.1260/0958305001500491
  760. C. I. Beattie, J. W. S. Longhurst and N. K. Woodfield: AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT: CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN DELIVERING AIR QUALITY ACTION PLANS doi:10.1260/0958305001500392
  761. Marlo Lewis: PRECAUTIONARY FOOLISHNESS doi:10.1260/0958305001500419
  762.  
  763. 2000-5
  764. Mithra Moezzi: DECOUPLING ENERGY EFFICIENCY FROM ENERGY CONSUMPTION doi:10.1260/0958305001500301
  765. Andrew Rudin: LET'S STOP WASTING ENERGY ON EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS doi:10.1260/0958305001500310
  766. Gill Owen: ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ENERGY CONSERVATION: POLICIES, PROGRAMMES AND THEIR EFFECTIVENESS doi:10.1260/0958305001500329
  767. Stephen Potter: PERSONAL TRANSPORT AND FACTOR 'X' doi:10.1260/0958305001500338
  768. Godfrey Boyle: DREAM-WORLD: A SIMPLE MODEL OF ENERGY-RELATED CARBON EMISSIONS IN THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIES doi:10.1260/0958305001500347
  769. Timothy J. Foxon: RESOURCE EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE PROVISION doi:10.1260/0958305001500356
  770.  
  771. 2000-4
  772. Catherine Mitchell: NEUTRAL REGULATION – THE VITAL INGREDIENT FOR A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUTURE doi:10.1260/0958305001500194
  773. Nancy Rader: THE HAZARDS OF IMPLEMENTING RENEWABLES PORTFOLIO STANDARDS doi:10.1260/0958305001500202
  774. G. J. Schaeffer and Joep Sonnemans: THE INFLUENCE OF BANKING AND BORROWING UNDER DIFFERENT PENALTY REGIMES IN TRADABLE GREEN CERTIFICATE MARKETS - RESULTS FROM AN EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS LABORATORY EXPERIMENT doi:10.1260/0958305001500211
  775. P. E. Morthorst: SCENARIOS FOR THE USE OF GHG-REDUCTION INSTRUMENTS – HOW CAN POLICY-INSTRUMENTS AS CARBON EMISSION TRADING AND TRADABLE GREEN CERTIFICATES BE USED SIMULTANEOUSLY TO REACH A COMMON GHG-REDUCTION TARGET? doi:10.1260/0958305001500220
  776. Michael R. Milligan: WIND POWER PLANNING AND OPERATIONAL BENEFITS AND ISSUES IN EVOLVING COMPETITIVE MARKETS doi:10.1260/0958305001500239
  777. Ryan Wiser, Mark Bolinger and Edward Holt: CUSTOMER CHOICE AND GREEN POWER MARKETING IN THE UNITED STATES: HOW FAR CAN IT TAKE US? doi:10.1260/0958305001500248
  778. David Mills: RENEWABLE ENERGY IN AUSTRALIA doi:10.1260/0958305001500257
  779. A. L. Amin: CHALLENGES FOR RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY IN DCs doi:10.1260/0958305001500266
  780.  
  781. 2000-3
  782. Sonia Vermeulen, B. M. Campbell and J. J. Mangono: SHIFTING PATTERNS OF FUEL AND WOOD USE BY HOUSEHOLDS IN RURAL ZIMBABWE doi:10.1260/0958305001500112
  783. Roger A. Pielke, Roberta Klein and Daniel Sarewitz: TURNING THE BIG KNOB: AN EVALUATION OF THE USE OF ENERGY POLICY TO MODULATE FUTURE CLIMATE IMPACTS doi:10.1260/0958305001500121
  784. Axel Michaelowa: THE RELATIVE STRENGTH OF ECONOMIC INTERESTS IN SHAPING EU CLIMATE POLICY: A HYPOTHESIS doi:10.1260/0958305001500130
  785. Steve Thomas: MUSICAL CHAIRS IN POWER ENGINEERING: COULD THE ENVIRONMENT BE LEFT STANDING? doi:10.1260/0958305001500149
  786. Neville Holt: WHAT’S IN THE PIPELINE? NEW PROJECTS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR GASIFICATION doi:10.1260/0958305001500158
  787. Horace Herring: IS ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY? doi:10.1260/0958305001500167
  788. Richard S. Courtney: INCREASES TO THE DRAGON’S FIRE WOULD BENEFIT FROM IMPROVED CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY (CCT) doi:10.1260/0958305001500176
  789. Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen: DIFFERENTIATION SINCE KYOTO: AN EXPLORATION OF AUSTRALIAN CLIMATE POLICY IN COMPARISON TO EUROPE/UK doi:10.1260/0958305001500068
  790. Jarl Ahlbeck, Nigel Calder and Kirill Kondratyev: FOOD FOR THOUGHT: CONTINUING THE CLIMATE SCIENCE DEBATE doi:10.1260/0958305001500077
  791.  
  792. 2000-2
  793. Chris Busby and Molly Scott Cato: INCREASES IN LEUKEMIA IN INFANTS IN WALES AND SCOTLAND FOLLOWING CHERNOBYL: EVIDENCE FOR ERRORS IN STATUTORY RISK ESTIMATES. doi:10.1260/0958305001499962
  794. Alice Stewart and Jill Sutcliffe: RADIATION JIGSAW: A DIFFERENT PICTURE EMERGES doi:10.1260/0958305001499971
  795. Bernard L. Cohen: VALIDITY OF THE LINEAR NO-THRESHOLD THEORY OF RADIATION CARCINOGENESIS AT LOW DOSES doi:10.1260/0958305001499980
  796. Morris Rosen: MANAGING RADIOACTIVE WASTE: ISSUES AND MISUNDERSTANDINGS doi:10.1260/0958305001499999
  797. Kelvin Klemm and Steve Thomas: DISCUSSION: NUCLEAR POWER FROM SOUTH AFRICA? doi:10.1260/0958305001500004
  798. Chris Miller: SCIENTIFIC UNCERTAINTY: AN INSUPERABLE OBSTACLE TO COMPENSATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CAUSES OF ILL HEALTH? doi:10.1260/0958305001500013
  799. R. J. Harrison: SCIENCE/LAW INTERACTIONS AND THE PROBLEM OF CAUSATION doi:10.1260/0958305001500022
  800. Martyn Day: THE ENVIRONMENT: MODERNISING JUSTICE? doi:10.1260/0958305001500031
  801.  
  802. 2000-1
  803. Patrik Soderholm: ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS AND INTERFUEL SUBSTITUTION IN THE POWER SECTOR: A GENERALIZED LEONTIEF MODEL doi:10.1260/0958305001499881
  804. Roy Boyd, K. Doroodian and Dennis Thornton: THE IMPACT OF OIL PRICE VOLATILITY ON THE FUTURE OF THE U.S. ECONOMY doi:10.1260/0958305001499890
  805. D. J. Gielen: ON CARBON LEAKAGE AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE doi:10.1260/0958305001499908
  806. M. Voogt, M. G. Boots, G. J. Schaeffer and J. W. Martens: RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY IN A LIBERALISED MARKET – THE CONCEPT OF GREEN CERTIFICATES doi:10.1260/0958305001499917
  807. S. K. Haywood: THERMOPHOTOVOLTAICS: CAN THEY MAKE A SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION? doi:10.1260/0958305001499926
  808. Henrik Klinge Jacobsen: ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND FOREIGN TRADE: THE CASE OF DENMARK doi:10.1260/0958305001499935
  809. Jane Harris, Jane Anderson and Walter Shafron: ENERGY EFFICIENCY: A SURVEY OF FIRM INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR IN AUSTRALIA doi:10.1260/0958305001499944
  810.  
  811. 1999
  812.  
  813. 1999-6
  814. Richard Skeffington: EDITORIAL - Whatever Happened to Acid Rain?
  815. C. J. Curtis, J. D. Whyatt, S. E. Metcalfe, T. E. H. Allott and R. Harriman: ASSESSING THE IMPACTS OF INTERNATIONAL EMISSIONS REDUCTION SCENARIOS ON THE ACIDIFICATION OF FRESHWATERS IN GREAT BRITAIN WITH THE FIRST-ORDER ACIDITY BALANCE (FAB) MODEL AND THE HULL ACID RAIN MODEL (HARM) doi:10.1260/0958305991499793
  816. Louis Guay: CONSTRUCTING A RESPONSE TO ECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS UNDER SCIENTIFIC UNCERTAINTY: A COMPARISON OF ACID RAIN AND CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY IN CANADA doi:10.1260/0958305991499801
  817. A. K. Tickle: ECOLOGICAL MODERNISATION IN UK SCIENCE-POLICY COMMUNITIES: THE CASE OF ACID RAIN AND CRITICAL LOADS doi:10.1260/0958305991499810
  818. Steve Sorrell: THE FAILURE OF SULPHUR TRADING IN THE UK doi:10.1260/0958305991499829
  819. Jorgen Wettestad: DESIGNING EFFECTIVE ENVIRONMENTAL REGIMES: THE CASE OF THE CONVENTION ON LONG-RANGE TRANSBOUNDARY AIR POLLUTION (CLRTAP) doi:10.1260/0958305991499838
  820. Minoru Nakada and David Pearce: ACID RAIN IN EAST ASIA: AN ANALYSIS OF SIDE-PAYMENTS doi:10.1260/0958305991499847
  821.  
  822. 1999-5
  823. Willie Soon, Sallie L. Baliunas, Arthur B. Robinson and Zachary W. Robinson: ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF INCREASED ATMOSPHERIC CARBON DIOXIDE doi:10.1260/0958305991499694
  824. V. V. Adamenko, K. Ya. Kondratyev and C. A. Varotsos: CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE ARCTIC AND ITS EMPIRICAL DIAGNOSTICS doi:10.1260/0958305991499702
  825. Ryunosuke Kikuchi: CONSIDERATIONS ON THE RELATION BETWEEN ALBEDO OF ICE/SNOW AND CLIMATE CHANGE doi:10.1260/0958305991499711
  826. Richard S Courtney: AN ASSESSMENT OF VALIDATION EXPERIMENTS CONDUCTED ON COMPUTER MODELS OF GLOBAL CLIMATE USING THE GENERAL CIRCULATION MODEL OF THE UK'S HADLEY CENTRE doi:10.1260/0958305991499720
  827. John A. Hannigan: TWO BECOME ONE: METEOROLOGICAL SCIENCE AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE EL NIÑO/SOUTHERN OSCILLATION (ENSO) PHENOMENON doi:10.1260/0958305991499739
  828. C. Polidano, S. Brown, K. Woffenden, S. Beil and B. S. Fisher: THE KYOTO PROTOCOL: ECONOMIC IMPACTS ON ANNEX B ECONOMIES AND KEY AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIES doi:10.1260/0958305991499748
  829. Harald Dovland: KYOTO PROTOCOL: SOME NORWEGIAN VIEWS ON ITS IMPLEMENTATION doi:10.1260/0958305991499757
  830. John P. Weyant: EMISSIONS TRADING: REDUCING THE COST OF IMPLEMENTING THE KYOTO PROTOCOL doi:10.1260/0958305991499766
  831. Julia Curtis, Laurent Dittrick, Kristi Dittrick and Mark Radka: CONFERENCE REPORT: IEA-UNEP WORKSHOP - EXAMINING NEW PARTNERSHIPS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: THE CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM UNDER THE KYOTO PROTOCOL doi:10.1260/0958305991499667
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  833. 1999-4
  834. Cathy A. Laing and Glynne Rosseli: ENERGIZATION: A COLLABORATIVE APPLICATION OF CONVENTIONAL ENERGY RESOURCES FOR ENERGY UPLIFTMENT IN RURAL COMMUNITIES doi:10.1260/0958305991499586
  835. Lucio Lusso and Raffaello Gusso: RESTRUCTURING, TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, COMPETITIVENESS: THE MUST FOR THE RUSSIAN AND CIS MILITARY INDUSTRY REFURBISHMENT doi:10.1260/0958305991499595
  836. Maher Aziz Bedrous, Emad El-Sharkawi, S. B. Abdel Hamid and Waeil Saleh Kaddour: RE-APPRAISAL FOR ENERGY TECHNOLOGY SUSTAINING DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: EGYPT CASE doi:10.1260/0958305991499603
  837. Robert M. Davidson: COAL AND WASTE: ENERGY AND RECYCLING doi:10.1260/0958305991499612
  838. Hans-Volker Schlenker and Wolfgang Strassburg: A CALL FOR A NEW FORM OF CO-OPERATION FOR LONG-TERM SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT doi:10.1260/0958305991499621
  839. Kenneth L. Lay: CHANGE AND INNOVATION: THE EVOLVING ENERGY INDUSTRY doi:10.1260/0958305991499630
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  841. 1999-3
  842. Aynsley Kellow: AUSTRALIA IN THE GREENHOUSE: SCIENCE, NORMS AND INTERESTS IN THE KYOTO PROTOCOL doi:10.1260/0958305991499522
  843. Ted Trainer: EXPLORING ENERGY SOLUTIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY doi:10.1260/0958305991499531
  844. Jovan V. Jovanovich: NO LIMITS TO GLOBAL INDUSTRIALISATION WITH NUCLEAR BREEDER REACTORS doi:10.1260/0958305991499540
  845. John Surrey and Steve Thomas: THE CHERNOBYL REPLACEMENT PROJECT doi:10.1260/0958305991499559
  846. Agnethe Dahl: COMPETENCE AND SUBSIDIARITY PERSPECTIVES IN EU CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY: FROM HARMONISATION TO DIFFERENTIATION? doi:10.1260/0958305991499568
  847.  
  848. 1999-2
  849. Max Crosland: COAL AT THE CROSSROADS doi:10.1260/0958305991499423
  850. Colin Godfrey: THE COAL INDUSTRY'S VIEW doi:10.1260/0958305991499432
  851. Susan Hamilton: A RATIONAL APPROACH TO PLANNING doi:10.1260/0958305991499441
  852. Lee Clarke: COAL AT THE CROSSROADS: A CUSTOMER'S VIEW doi:10.1260/0958305991499450
  853. George Richardson: THE MANUFACTURERS' VIEW doi:10.1260/0958305991499469
  854. Peter Carter: ELECTRICITY TRADING AND THE POOL doi:10.1260/0958305991499478
  855. John Surrey: THE UK AS A EUROPEAN LABORATORY FOR ELECTRICITY DEREGULATION doi:10.1260/0958305991499487
  856. Henning Rentz: OUTCOMES OF THE FOURTH CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON CLIMATE BUENOS AIRES, 2-13 NOVEMBER 1998 doi:10.1260/0958305991499496
  857. Rainer Walz: PRODUCTIVITY EFFECTS OF TECHNOLOGY DIFFUSION INDUCED BY AN ENERGY TAX doi:10.1260/0958305991499342
  858. Kurt Deketelaere: THE USE OF FISCAL INSTRUMENTS IN EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY: REVIEW ESSAY doi:10.1260/0958305991499351
  859. F. Berkhout: THE SYMBOLIC AND THE REAL: MAKING SENSE OF THE ENVIRONMENT doi:10.1260/0958305991499360
  860. S. Andersen, Per Anker-Nilssen and Oystein Noreng: "CLIMATE FOR ALL THE MONEY'S WORTH" doi:10.1260/0958305991499379
  861.  
  862. 1999-1
  863. Nigel Calder: THE CARBON DIOXIDE THERMOMETER AND THE CAUSE OF GLOBAL WARMING doi:10.1260/0958305991499252
  864. Robert T. Watson: CLIMATE CHANGE: THE CHALLENGE FOR ENERGY SUPPLY doi:CLIMATE CHANGE: THE CHALLENGE FOR ENERGY SUPPLY
  865. S. A. Boehmer-Christiansen: CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE WORLD BANK: OPPORTUNITY FOR GLOBAL GOVERNANCE? doi:10.1260/0958305991499270
  866. Malcolm R. Hill: CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS FROM THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION-PROBLEMS AND CHOICES doi:10.1260/0958305991499289
  867. John Surrey: STRANDED GAS CONTRACTS: THE BRITISH EXPERIENCE doi:10.1260/0958305991499298