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African Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories and Mitigation Options: Forestry, Land-Use Change, and Agriculture, J.F. Fitzgerald, B.V. Braatz, et al., Eds., 228 pp., 1996, $105 (Kluwer).

The first book dedicated solely to this subject in Africa, it consists of proceedings (with major conclusions and findings) from a conference (Johannesburg, S. Africa, June 1995) held to further development of emission inventories and mitigation options within the African context. The three sectors discussed are responsible for the majority of emissions from the continent, are vital components of the African economy, and provide promising opportunities for emissions mitigation.

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Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Assessment: A Guidebook (Environ. Sci. & Technol. Library No. 6), J. Sathaye, S. Meyers, Eds., 272 pp., 1995, $99 (Kluwer).

Over 25 specialists look comprehensively at the risks posed by climate change induced by human activity. The book provides guidance for the analysis of options to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions in several sectors, and it describes key steps involved in conducting assessments in these sectors.

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