Climatic concerns Possible energy implications for selected lower income Asian nations

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Authors: Barron, W. and Hills, P.

Journal: Energy Policy

Volume: 18

Issue: 9

Pages: 819-827

ISSN: 0301-4215

DOI: 10.1016/0301-4215(90)90061-8

Despite continuing controversy, sufficient concern over global climatic issues exists to call into question development paths based on the steadily expanding use of fossil fuels, particularly coal. We examine fossil carbon emissions by fuel type and consuming sector in four lower income Asian nations in the context of their national energy plans and policies. Believing that resource transfers from weathier nations will be an important component of any effort to reduce future emissions, we use this examination to focus attention on those countries and activities which may offer the most cost-effective targets for any future control efforts. © 1990.

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