In his depiction of the greenhouse effect, artist Mitchell Williamson helps us peer through the glass at the globe (earth artwork created by Bob Zerby). Will we have global climate change? How will it affect forests and fields? Can we slow our growth in energy use to slow global warming? These questions are being probed at ORNL, as described in this special issue of the Review on "Energy and Global Climate Change."
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Energy and Global Climate Change: Why ORNL?
Predicting Climate Change
Biomass Fuels, Energy, Carbon, and Global Climate Change
Electric Utilities and Energy Efficiency
Power to the People: Integrated Resource Planning in Developing Countries
The Transportation Revolution: On Track to a Better Future
Reducing the Comfort Penalty: Liquid-Overfeed Air Conditioner
Ceramic Parts for Autos: ORNL's Role
David Greene: Painting the Big Picture
The Center for Cooperative Transportation Research
Saving Energy in Buildings and Appliances
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