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Full Title: A Global High Shift Scenario: Impacts And Potential For More Public Transport, Walking, And Cycling With Lower Car Use Author(s): Michael A. Replogle and Lewis M. Fulton Publisher(s): University of California, Davis and Institute for Transportation and...
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Full Title: A New Perspective for Labeling the Carbon Footprint Against Climate Change Author(s): Juan Cagiao Villar, Sebastián Labella Hidalgo, Adolfo Carballo Penela and Breixo Gómez Meijide Publisher(s): Intech Publication Date: 1/2012 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD...
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Full Title: A Recommended Methodology for Estimating and Reporting the Potential Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Fossil Fuel Reserves Author(s): Stephen Russsell Publisher(s): World Resources Institute Publication Date: 12/2016 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): In the Paris...
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Full Title: A Review of the Impacts of an ALL CLEAN Clean Energy Standard for Selected Regions & States Author(s): Mark A. Foster Publisher(s): National Energy Policy Institute Publication Date: 2/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description: The...
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Full Title: A simple framework for assessing the trade-off between the climate impact of aviation carbon dioxide emissions and contrails for a single flight Author(s): E A Irvine, B J Hoskins, and K P Shine Publisher(s): Environmental Research...
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Full Title: A Survey of Driver Opinion about Carbon Capture in Vehicles Author(s): John M. Sullivan, Michael Sivak, and Brandon Schoettle Publisher(s): The University of Michigan, Transportation Research Institute Publication Date: 9/2013 Full Text:...
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Full Title: Achieving the U.S. 2025 Emissions Mitigation Target Author(s): Maria Belenky Publisher(s): Climate Advisers Publication Date: 05/2015 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): In November 2014, the United States pledged to lower its greenhouse gas (GHG)...
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Conservative and progressive policy wonks agree: a carbon tax is the most promising of all tools to fight climate change. Such a tax would spur investments in green energy and...
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Full Title: Agricultural stakeholder views on climate change: Implications for conducting research and outreach Author(s): Linda Stalker Prokopy, Lois Wright Morton, J. Gordon Arbuckle Jr., Amber Saylor Mase, and Adam Wilke Publisher(s): American Meteorological Society Publication...
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Full Title: Air Emissions and Electricity Generation at U.S. Power Plants Author(s): Government Accountability Office Publisher(s): Government Accountability Office Publication Date: 5/2012 Language: English Length: 30 pages, PDF Full Text: –>DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<– Description (excerpt): The United States depends on a variety of fuels to generate...
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