Climate Change Books and our Global GEI United Nations Delegation to the COP UNFCC Climate Conferences

  1. Green Economics and Climate Change (2011) Miriam Kennet and Winston Ka Ming Mak (Hong Kong)
  2. Rolling Back the Tide of Climate Change, Professor Peter Yang, USA and China,  Case University USA (2016)
  3. Renewables are getting cheaper, Professor Peter Yang, USA and China Case University USA (2016)
  4. Renewables Stories from around the world (2016) Edited  by Miriam Kennet and Iolande Cum (Italy)
  5. Biomasse Algale (Italian Language) Iolande Cum (Italy) (2015)
  6. The Green Transport Revolution, Edited by Richard Holcroft  and Launched in the House of Commons (2013)
  7. The Green Built Environment Edited by Judith Felton (2011)
  8.  Renewable Economics of EMEA and Egypt,  Dr Hend Mohammed Mohammed Saladin (Egypt)
  9. Green Economics in Post Paris Agreement Africa, ( 2017) Dr Sadiq Okoh (Nigeria)

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Energia Rinnovabile di Biomassa Algale (Italian Language)

£40.00

ISBN: 9781907543982

Author Iolande Cum (Italy)

Contenuti
Capitolo 1:
Fonti di energia rinnovabile: la biomasse
Capitolo 2:
Processo di produzione di energia da biomassa
algale
Capitolo 3:
Caso studio: impianto per la cogenerazione di
energia alimentato da olii-vegetali
Capitolo 4:
Analisi economica della produzione di energia
rinnovabile

Green Built Environment

£40.00

Edited by Miriam Kennet and Judith Felton

ISBN: 9781907543067 RRP £40.00 +P &P

(£20.00 +P&P for students)

Published by the Green Economics Institute

 

Introducing Renewables

£40.00

by Federica Oriana Savarino (Editor),‎ Ms. Miriam Kennet (Editor),‎ Iolanda Cum (Editor) (Sept 2015)

ISBN-10: 1907543163
ISBN-13: 978-1907543166

Renewables are getting cheaper

£40.00

Author :Peter Yang (2015) A member of our GEI Paris United Nations Delegation
Peter Yang was previously a research professor specializing in international economics in China, who published on its economic reform policies and strategies in the early reform years. He proposed, among other policies, the reform of the Value Added Tax (VAT) as a major step for its economic reforms.

His current teaching and research as Associate Professor at the Case Western Reserve University, USA, focuses on climate issues in the USA and China,  such as Environmental and Climate Protection Policy, Transformation to Sustainable Development, Renewable Energy Promotion, and Renewable Energy Technologies.
He is the author of a number of books and around 100 articles.

His recent books, “Rolling back the tide of climate change in the USA and China” and “Renewables are getting cheaper” are the most current studies of the environmental and climate protection and sustainable development policies and renewables deployment in the major economies and the rest of the world.

ISBN-10: 1907543724
ISBN-13: 978-1907543722

The Green Transport Revolution

£40.00

 

  • Paperback: 300 pages
  • Publisher: The Green Economics Institute (1 Sept. 2013)
  • ISBN-10: 1907543961
  • ISBN-13: 978-1907543968
  • Package Dimensions: 23.2 x 18.8 x 2.4 cm

 

The Greening of Energy Policies

£40.00

The Greening of Energy Policies

By Miriam Kennet (UK) and Ryota Koike (Japan)

ISBN 9781907543326

Green Economics and Energy Policy. This is an introduction for the general reader who wants to understand green economics and also the latest thinking about energy in one easy to read volume.

Working in the context of post Fukushima (Japan) and Chernobyl(Ukraine) as well as the Institute which created the academic discipline of Green Economics,(UK), this book provides a completely new round up of the current state of innovation in energy policy and life style changes for the success of all of us in the 21st century and our survivability.

It introduces the reader to the important and innovative state of the art developments and aspects of both Green Economics and the measures being used to combat climate change and to meet the challenges of an increasing global population whilst at the same time changing life styles, using technology and policy and regulation.Green Economics has emerged as a counterpart to mainstream orthodox economics.

Having seen the main-stream economics failure in connecting nature and human activities there have been countless problems emerging, which harm the people and marginalize the poor around the world.

As a result, Green Economics has developed its entirely new and exciting discipline or school of economics. Green Economics is based on a different ethics about economics and takes alternative and innovative perspectives on the global issues, suggesting new options and solutions affordable to society in the age of resource scarcity and global climate change. As business-as-usual approach dominates the mainstream, the world is facing unseen problems which have not been previously witnessed in our history. The global population has reached 7 billion and is likely to reach 8.5 billion by 2050 and global electricity demand is expected to increase by 80% by 2040, which exceeds the ecological carrying capacity.

Having acknowledged the situation, this book aims to provide focus on the issues raised by current energy policies with a diverse group of researchers from around the world. The book also examines the risks of nuclear energy and suggests a blueprint for a transition to a low carbon society by developing renewable energy. It helps illustrate the way of re-examining such costly energy policies and dangerous nuclear disaster scenario.

 

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