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Hauptsachtitel:
Toward a sustainable energy future
Erscheinungsort:
Paris
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ISBN:
9264186883
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The manner in which we produce and consume energy is of crucial importance to sustainable development, as energy has deep relationships with each of its three dimensions -- the economy, the environment and social welfare. These relationships develop in a fast-moving and complex situation characterised by increasing globalisation, growing market liberalisation and new technologies, as well as by growing concerns about climate change and energy-supply security. In order to make energy an integral part of sustainable development, new policies need to be developed. Such policies must strike a balance among the three dimensions of sustainable development. They must reduce our exposure to large-scale risk.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION AND BASIC CONCEPTS

Introduction
Aspects of Sustainable Development

ISSUES IN THE FORMULATION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT POLICY

Dimensions of Sustainability in the Energy Sector
Three Approaches to Balancing the Sustainability
Dimensions in the Energy Sector

Risk Management

Mastering Complexity: the Importance of Research, Learning and Informed Decision-making

The Indicator Issue

SAFEGUARDING ENERGY SUPPLY SECURITY

Introduction

What is an Energy Supply Disruption?

The Nature and Magnitude of Supply Risk

Diversity as a Means of Improving Energy Security

Conclusions: what Role for Governments?

ENERGY MARKET REFORM

Introduction

Features of Energy Market Reform

Concluding Comments - Sustainability Policies and Market Liberalisation

IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Development

Progress in Energy Efficiency
Energy Savings Potential
Efficiency Gap and Market Hurdles
Toward an Effective Energy Efficiency Policy

RENEWABLES: STRATEGIES FOR MARKET ACCELERATION

The Market Potential for Renewable Energy
Policies and Measures to Accelerate Renewable
Deployment
Renewables and National Innovation Systems
Conclusion and Proposals for Action

POLICIES FOR SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT

Transport - a Stumbling Block on the Way to Sustainability

The Future of Transport: Present Trends and Policies

A First Step toward Sustainability:

the World Energy Outlook Alternative Scenario

Toward a Vision of a Sustainable Transport Future

Conclusions

PREVENTING CLIMATE CHANGE RISK THROUGH FLEXIBLE MARKET MECHANISMS

Climate Change, Energy and Sustainable Development

Emission Trading and other Flexibility Mechanisms to Reduce the Cost of Compliance

How Much Can Emission Trading Reduce the Cost of Meeting Reduction Goals?

From Economic Sustainability to Sustainability in All Dimension

NON-MEMBER COUNTRIES: SPECIFIC CHALLENGES AND GLOBAL IMPLICATIONS

The Growing Weight of non-Member Countries

Sustainability Issues in Developing Countries

Specific Challenges and Global Implications

E POLICY CONCLUSIONS

Toward a Framework for Action

Identifying Concrete Steps Toward Sustainability

BIBLIOGRAPHY

LIST OF BOXES

Unsustainable Energy Use in History

A Sustainability Lesson from Portfolio Analysis

The Discount Rate and the Choice of Energy Systems

Complexity and the Car Addressing Public Concerns

The IEA and Energy Security

Price Changes in Response to Oil Supply Disruptions

Product Differentiation in Deregulated Electricity Markets

The Role of Governments in Renewables Markets
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