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Greenhouse Research Initiatives in the ESCAP Region: Energy, 325 pp., Sep. 1992, Austral. $35 + postage (ABARE).

Proceedings of a conference (Aug. 1991, Bangkok, Thailand) held prior to the Earth Summit. Reports on energy programs and policy developments throughout Asia, southeast Asia and Australia. Papers deal with topics ranging from village biogas systems to computer modeling of greenhouse gas policies.

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Annual Review of Energy and the Environment (Vol. 17), J.M. Hollander, Ed., 612 pp., Oct. 1992, $68 U.S./$73 elsewhere (Annual Reviews).

Major sections deal with such topics as policy, behavior, international and regional issues, and energy end use and conservation. Specific paper topics include: verification of international agreements, global energy bargaining, pollution charges for environmental protection, carbon taxes, changes in world energy use, utility demand-side management.

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Energy and the Ecological Economics of Sustainability, J. Peet, 300 pp., 1992, $40 hbk./$20 pbk. (Island).

Limitless economic growth is impossible because the laws of science set absolute limits on the growth that can be achieved. Humans must recognize these limits and act accordingly to solve global environmental problems.

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