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The following topics were covered in recent issues of ETSAP News, from the International Energy Agency's Energy Technology Systems Analysis Program. (Contact Tom Kram, ESC/Global Issues, Neth. Energy Res. Foundation, POB 1, 1755 ZG Petten, Neth.)

Feb. 1993, No. 12:

  • "Reduce Carbon Emissions Sooner than Later?" U.S. modelers found that if CO2 emission controls are inevitable, they should be imposed gradually rather than abruptly.
  • "Indonesian Development Risks Severe Environmental Problems." Findings on nitrogen and sulfur air pollution, according to a joint Indonesian-German study.

Nov. 1992, No. 11:

  • "Quebec and Ontario Energy Patterns Would Change with CO2 Emissions Reductions."
  • "CEC Expects to Stabilize CO2 Emissions by 2000." Reports energy technology and macroeconomic modeling performed for the European Community.

Sep. 1992, No. 10:

  • "Belgium Initiates New Markal Model for CO2 Reduction."
  • "Depleted Gas Fields May Store CO2 in the Netherlands." MARKAL modeling through the year 2040 shows that CO2 removal and storage underground, combined with electricity and hydrogen as energy carriers, will become essential for the Netherlands to meet stringent emissions restrictions.

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