Winning the Battle?

  • Jean-Marie Chevalier


In the previous chapters, we have travelled all over the world to see how countries are dealing with the New Energy Crisis. Within the global economy, we have discovered a number of regional dynamics that reflect specific geographical factors: demography, urbanisation, resource endowment, level of income and income inequalities, structure of governance, vulnerability and concern regarding global warming.


Energy Efficiency Emission Reduction Clean Development Mechanism Energy Policy Carbon Price 
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