Burning Up

Owen, Anthony D.
January 2005
Harvard International Review;Winter2005, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p62
Academic Journal
Examines the impact of energy consumption and production on the environment. Proposal to impose taxes on pollution; Reason for the lack of commercial success of renewable energy; Damage caused by energy production and consumption to health and environment by emissions of pollutants; Costs resulting from the impact of climate change attributable to emissions of greenhouse gases. INSET: MILKING ITS WORTH.


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