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Global Warming and the Built Environment, R. Samuels, D. Prasad, 304 pp., June 1994, £45 (Chapman & Hall).

Charts developments in social responsibility and environmental accountability, environmental and energy auditing, ecologically sustainable design, and energy standards and labeling. Offers practical insights and solutions regarding design and management of buildings.

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Future Drive: Electric Vehicles and Sustainable Transportation, D. Sperling, 288 pp., 1994, $39.95 hbk/$19.95 pbk (Island).

If coal-fired power generates the electricity for electric vehicles, more greenhouse gases will be emitted. But if the electricity comes from nonfossil sources, greenhouse gas emissions from transport will be virtually zero. Reviewed by C. Read in New Scientist, p. 60, Oct. 15, 1994.

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Hydrogen Energy Progress X, D.T. Block, T.N. Veziroglu, Eds., 3 vol., 2066 pp., $350 (Intl. Assoc. for Hydrogen Energy, POB 248266, Coral Gables FL 33124).

Proceedings of the tenth world conference (1994, Florida), with over 200 papers on the latest research on processes, technologies, storage media, utilization methods and space applications.

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