(EnergyAsia, April 24, Thursday) — ‘Energy & Climate Change Issues: The World Energy Book’ is a geopolitical and technical guide to the challenges and commercial opportunities of global warming. Featuring contributions from industry players, the book examines plausible solutions to the current issues faced by the industry.

The book consists of 30 articles which include analysis of the major energy sources and their contribution to climate change, technologies that will help to mitigate climate change, the newly created carbon markets and an evaluation of the changing regulatory climate.

Among the contributors are senior officials and executives from ABB, Practical Action, New Energy Finance, Egyptian New & Renewable Energy Authority, Brenco (Brazilian Renewable Energy), UN Food and Agriculture Organization, Energy Commission of Nigeria, US Energy Information Administration, The World Bank, Ernst & Young,

Wood Mackenzie, Deloitte & Touche, Verbundnetz Gas, Fortum, Chatham House, Beckman Institute and Kavli Nanoscience Institute, Vestas Wind Systems, AWS Truewind, FreeStream, Pew Center on Global Climate Change, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Point Carbon, Petroleum Economist, Vattenfall, RWE, European Climate Exchange, Areva, Bioverda, Cap Gemini, and IBM.

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