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Environmental Indicators: A Systematic Approach to Measuring and Reporting on Environmental Policy Performance in the Context of Sustainable Development, A. Hammond, A. Adriaanse et al., 51 pp., May 1995, $13.50 (WRI).

Policy-making suffers not only because of a lack of information, but also because accurate information does not reach the right people. Economic and social indicators already influence policy, but what is needed is a set of simple and unambiguous signals of how human activities are affecting the environment. This report shows how they could be constructed and gives examples including those on climate change and ozone depletion.

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Business for Sustainable Development, Sep. 1994, $30. UNEP Industry and Environment, Tour Mirabeau 39-43, quai A. Citroen, 75739 Paris Cedex 15, France (fax: 33 1 44 37 14 74).

Intended to provide guidance on ways to effectively implement Agenda 21. Contains 16 case studies that demonstrate how businesses in both developed and developing countries have allied with governments and nongovernmental organizations for sustainable development.

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Capacity Building Requirements for Global Environmental Protection (Working Paper 12), J.F.E. Ohiorhenuan, S.M. Wunker, 26 pp., June 1995, no charge (Global Environ. Facility/World Bank, Stock No. 72213).

Attempts to distill a clear methodology for creating or enhancing a society's ability to attain environmentally sound economic development. Draws on the texts of the U.N. climate and biodiversity conventions, for which the GEF is the interim financial mechanism. Develops a Capacity Building Requirements Table that could be a valuable tool in designing and evaluating projects on environmental terms.

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Global Economic Prospects and the Developing Countries—1995, 108 pp., Apr. 1995, $12.95 (World Bank, Stock No. 12917).

Examines the rapid integration of developing countries into the global economy in the context of international linkages and of the increasing international integration of the markets for goods, services, and capital.

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Urban Travel and Sustainable Development, 238 pp., 1995, $48/FF260/DM79 (OECD).

The main conclusion of a three-year study by OECD and the European Conference of Ministers of Transport is that car dependency in cities can be reduced only by integrated approaches using mutually-reinforcing measures. Of a three-component policy package proposed, the most important is sustainable development, achieved through a mix of fuel and road pricing, traffic restraint, and land-use planning.

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Technology for a Sustainable Future, White House Off. Technol. Policy, Jan. 1995. For copies call 800 ENV 6676.

A discussion paper laying out the White House plan to establish a U.S. Interagency Environmental Tech Office as part of a national environmental technology strategy.

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British Government Panel on Sustainable Development: First Report, Jan. 1995. Available at no charge from the U.K. Dept. of Environ., POB 151, London E15 2HF, UK.

The panel recommends that the government make more use of economic instruments in areas such as energy and transportation policy. It should work with industry to develop pilot projects in key sectors that would test new ways of using green taxes, for example, to stem the use of fossil fuels.

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Climate Change in Asia and Brazil: The Role of Technology Transfer, 1994, $70. Tata Res. Inst., 1600 Wilson Blvd., S. 500, Arlington VA 22209 (tel: 703 841 1136; fax: 703 243 1865; e-mail:

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Global Change and Sustainable Development: A Modeling Perspective for the Next Decade, Dec. 1994. Contact Secretariat of The Netherlands Natl. Res. Prog., POB 1, NL-3720 BA Bilthoven, Neth. (tel: 31 30 743211; fax: 31 30 251932).

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Clean Energy for a Sustainable Future: Case Studies of Clean Energy Technology Deployment, Mar. 1995. Business Council for a Sustainable Energy Future, 1725 K St. NW, S. 509, Washington DC 20006 (tel: 202 785 0507; fax: 202 785 0514).

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Sustainable Energy Technology in the South, P. van der Werff, Ed., 28 pp., Mar. 1995. WWF Intl., Ave. du Mont-Blanc, CH-1196 Gland, Switz. (tel: 41 22 364 9111; fax: 41 22 364 5358).

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