Items where Research Program is "Transitions to New Technologies (TNT)" and Year is 2002

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Grubler, A. (2002). Trends in Global Emissions: Carbon, Sulfur, and Nitrogen. IIASA Research Report (Reprint). IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: RR-02-004. Reprinted from Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, 3:35-53 [2002].

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Klaassen, G., Miketa, A., Riahi, K. & Schrattenholzer, L. (2002). Technological progress towards sustainable development. Energy & Environment: 553--577. DOI:10.1260/095830502320939552.

Klaassen, G., Riahi, K. & Roehrl, R.A. (2002). Gas infrastructures and the environment in Eurasia in a dynamics-as-usual scenario. International Journal of Global Energy Issues 18 (1): 44-60.

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Nakicenovic, N. (2002). Metano: fuente global de energía del siglo XXI. Informativo Mineroenergético 11 (2): 48-50.

Nakicenovic, N. (2002). Methane as an energy source for the 21st century. International Journal of Global Energy Issues 18 (1): 6-22. DOI:10.1504/IJGEI.2002.000950.

Nakicenovic, N. (2002). Technological change and diffusion as a learning process. In: Technological Change and the Environment. Eds. Grubler, A., Nakicenovic, N. & Nordhaus, W., pp. 160-181 Washington, DC: Resources for the Future Press, Routledge. ISBN 1-891853-46-5

Nakicenovic, N. (2002). Technological change in energy, mobility and information systems. In: Ensuring Sustainable Livelihoods Challenges for Governments, Corporates, and Civil Society at RioPlus10, Proceedings of the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2002, 8-11 February 2002.

Nakicenovic, N. & Messner, S. (2002). IIASA study of a complete supply of renewable energies in Western Europe. Solarzeitalter 14 (1): 31-39.

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Obersteiner, M., Azar, C., Moellersten, K., Riahi, K., Moreira, J.R., Nilsson, S., Read, P., Schrattenholzer, L., Yamagata, Y. & Yan, J. (2002). Biomass Energy, Carbon Removal and Permanent Sequestration - A "Real Option" for Managing Climate Risk. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-02-042

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