Originally published in 1974, this report dwells on the problems of meeting global energy demands and the time, effort and knowledge needed to research new energy methods. With rising costs, the uncertainty of supply from the Middle East and concern over the environmental impact of energy products, Energy and the Social Sciences outlines the intense need for well-designed research. This title will be of interest to students of Environmental Studies.
Preface (May 1974); Preface (October 1973); 1. Introduction 2. The Changing Energy Scheme 3. Research Needs in Energy Systems- A Staff Report 4. Commissioned Essays on Research Needs 5. Environmentalists Look at Energy Research Needs; Appendices.
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