Introduction to Energy: Resources, Technology, and Society (Paperback)
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Introduction to Energy: Resources, Technology, and Society (Paperback)

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Paperback 440 Pages / Published: 03/12/1998
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Energy issues such as pollution, resource depletion, global warming, nuclear power and waste are problems that demand timely solutions. This book provides a critical examination of the resources, market forces, and social impacts of modern energy production. The book addresses the dilemmas that have arisen due to society's crucial dependence on energy, particularly fossil fuels, and explores the available alternative energy producing technologies. The second edition has increased emphasis on those issues at the forefront of the current energy debate: energy sustainability, climate change, and the radical restructuring of the power industry due to de-regulation. Assuming no prior technical expertise and avoiding complex mathematical formulation, it is directed at a broad readership. The second edition will follow the first in proving especially useful as a textbook for undergraduate programs in Science, Technology and Society (STS), and as a supplementary text in a variety of courses which touch upon energy studies, including environmental and technology policy, environmental, mineral and business law, energy and resource economics.

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521637671
Number of pages: 440
Weight: 877 g
Dimensions: 248 x 175 x 23 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition


MEDIA REVIEWS
' This book more than achieves its aims as a multi-disciplinary textbook for a range of undergraduate students.' The Times Higher Education Supplement
"...an extremely useful book for virtually anyone who wishes to develop a working knowledge of energy, from the various ways it is produced, to the social, environmental, and economic implications associated with its production and consumption." Palaios
"This book serves as an excellent introduction to energy...[it] is well written and directed at a broad readership. It provides valuable assessments of a variety of energy-related issues. Above all, the book is readable by the technical and nontechnical person." Energy Sources

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