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eBook Climate change and the transformation of world energy supply download ISBN: 0935371540
Author: Steve Fetter
Publisher: Center for International Security and Cooperation (1999)
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Steve Fetter has been a professor in the School of Public Policy since 1988 .

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The climate-change imperative is described well in Article II of the Framework Convention on Climate Change . Much of the recently renewed interest in nuclear energy is driven by the desire to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and thereby mitigate global climate change.

The climate-change imperative is described well in Article II of the Framework Convention on Climate Change: Th. . The climate-change imperative is described well in Article II of the Framework Convention on Climate Change: The ultimate objective of this Conventio. s to achiev. tabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system.

This report outlines the changes in energy supply that will be required over the next fifty years

This report outlines the changes in energy supply that will be required over the next fifty years. I describe the ultimate objective of controls on greenhouse-gas emissions and set a stabilization target for greenhouse-gas concentrations that is designed to achieve this objective. Publication Materials. complete Download pdf. Topics: Climate.

and the Transformation of World Energy Supply. Area of Expertise: Nuclear arms control and nonproliferation; nuclear energy and releases radiation; climate change and carbon-free energy supply. Program Affiliation: CISSM. PhD Energy and Resources University of California, Berkeley (1985),PhD Energy and Resources University of California, Berkeley (1985),SB Physics MIT (1981).

Fetter is associate provost, dean of the graduate school, and professor of public policy at the University of Maryland. He served for five years in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy during the Obama Administration, where he led the environment and energy and the national security and international affairs divisions. He has worked on nuclear policy issues in the Pentagon and the State Department and has been a visiting fellow at Stanford, Harvard, MIT, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Energy-related air pollution continues to result in millions of premature deaths each year. The convergence of cheaper renewable energy technologies, digital applications and the rising role of electricity is a crucial vector for change, central to the prospects for meeting many of the world’s sustainable development goals. This vista is explored in detail in the WEO-2018 special focus on electricity. Electricity is the star of the show, but how bright will it shine?

Steve Fetter, Climate Change and the Transformation of World Energy Supply, SSRC– MacArthur Foundation Program on International Peace and Security Newsletter, Vol. 10 (February 1998), pp. 11–12.

Steve Fetter, Climate Change and the Transformation of World Energy Supply, SSRC– MacArthur Foundation Program on International Peace and Security Newsletter, Vol. Steve Fetter, Verifying Nuclear Disarmament, in Joseph Rotblat, e. Nuclear Weapons: The Road to Zero (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1998), pp. 71–100. National Academy of Sciences, Committee on International Security and Arms Control, The Future of .