We live at a time when people are more able than ever to affect their environment, and when the pace of technological change and scientific discovery continues to increase. Vital questions must continually be asked about the allocation of resources under these conditions. This series is intended to provide readers interested in public policies on energy and the environment with the latest scholarship in the field. The books will address the scientific, economic, and political issues which are central to our understanding of energy use and its environmental impact.
General Editors: Chris Hope, Judge Business School, Cambridge University; Jim Skea, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex
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