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Energy and sustainable development : case studies / Division for Sustainable Development, Department of Economic and Social Affairs
Bib ID 2417722
Format BookBook
Description New York : United Nations, 2002 
v, 228 p. : ill., map ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 9211045177
Notes

"United Nations publication sales no. E.02.II.A.8." -- t.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Renewable energy sources -- Case studies.  |  Energy conservation -- Case studies.  |  Energy development -- Case studies.
Other authors/contributors United Nations. Division for Sustainable Development

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