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The Madrid Declaration: Conclusions and Recommendations of the 15th World Energy Council Congress, 5 pp., Dec. 1992. Contact U.S. Energy Assoc., 1620 Eye St. NW, Washington DC 20006 (202-331-0415), or World Energy Council, 34 St. James's St., London SW1A 1HD, UK (tel: 071-930-3966).

The Sep. 1992 conference set forth the global issues facing both developed and developing countries, with a sharp focus on transitional economies of the former Soviet countries. Environmental protection, energy efficiency and economic development should be addressed by technology development and international collaboration. Economic development for poverty relief in the Third World is an urgent priority.

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For the following contact U.N. Sales Section, CH-1211 Geneva, Switz. or international distributors of U.N. publications:

East-West Energy Efficiency, 242 pp., Aug. 1992. Pertains to the first year of the Energy Efficiency 2000 project. Describes policies, international programs, grants, loan schemes, technical assistance, and technical standards relevant to East-West trade and cooperation in energy efficient technology.

Global Energy Efficiency 21--An Interregional Approach (Energy/AC.13/R.2/Rev. 1), June 1992.

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Empowering Development: The New Energy Equation (Worldwatch Paper 111), N. Lenssen, 57 pp., Nov. 1992, $5. Worldwatch Inst., 1776 Mass. Ave. NW, Washington DC 20036 (202-452-1999).

The current energy path of developing countries is driving them more deeply into debt and worsening the quality of life for millions. Economic development will be increasingly elusive without extensive reforms that encourage investment in energy efficiency. Outlines available alternatives to costly oil and polluting coal.

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Energy Conferences and Symposia is a monthly publication (approx. 70 pp.) of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), listing world-wide meetings on a broad range of topics sponsored by DOE and other technical associations, of interest to scientists, engineers, managers and related energy professionals. Contact OSTI, POB 62, Oak Ridge TN 37831 (615-576-8401).

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