August 2007
Future Times;2007, Vol. 3, p10
This section presents information resources that deal with the current international perspectives on the future of the energy and mineral industries. It includes the book "Energy for the 21st Century: A Comprehensive Guide to Conventional and Alternative Sources" by R.L. Nersesian, an article on greenhouse gases by R.H. Socolow published in "Scientific American," and the article "Fuel Cells Set to Switch Trains Onto a Greener Track" published in "New Scientist."


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