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Climate Action 2008-2009

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    MORE EFFICIENT ENERGY GENERATION

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    Two needs and three-dimension chall

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    CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

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    TECHNOLOGY Figure 2: Hart World Oil

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    TECHNOLOGY The future is now RENE

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    TECHNOLOGY Energy technology perspe

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    TECHNOLOGY PERSPECTIVES 112 Table 1

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    Better manage assets to cut carbon

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    TECHNOLOGY Environmental informati

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    TECHNOLOGY MONITORING 134 NEW WAY

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    France Telecom Group a key role in

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    TECHNOLOGY Nanotechnologies for env

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    FINANCIAL MECHANISMS 154 FINANCE

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    FINANCE Spurring the financial ind

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    FINANCE Climate change and the dang

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    ACTIONS Shrink your carbon footprin

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    ACTIONS ACTIONS 186 1 Assess MAK

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    ACTIONS 3 Act GET ENERGY EFFICIENT

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    ACTIONS Questions to ask while ex

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