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Adapting to Shifting Government Priorities: An Assessment of the Performance and Strategy of India's ONGC
Varun Rai
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper #91 (2010) +PDF+


 
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Making Carbon Offsets Work in the Developing World: Lessons from the Chinese Wind Controversy
Gang He, Richard K. Morse
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper #90 (2010) +PDF+


 

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Three Key Obstacles to Cookstove Adoption (And How to Overcome Them)
Xander Slaski, Mark C. Thurber
Global Village Energy Partnership International (2009) +PDF+


 

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Cookstoves and Obstacles to Technology Adoption by the Poor
Xander Slaski, Mark C. Thurber
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Working Paper #89 (2009) +PDF+


 
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Real Drivers of Carbon Capture and Storage in China and Implications for Climate Policy
Richard K. Morse, Varun Rai, Gang He
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper #88 (2009) +HTML+ +PDF+


 

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Finesses and Game-Changers in Frontier Project Development: The Case of Carbon Capture and Storage
Robert A. James
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Working Paper #87 (2009) +PDF+


 
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Evolution of China's Coal Institutions, The
Peng Wuyuan
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Working Paper #86 (2009) +PDF+


 

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Role of Carbon Capture Technologies in Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Models: A Parametric Study for the U.S. Power Sector
Varun Rai, John Bistline
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Working Paper #85 (2009) +HTML+


 
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Carbon Capture and Storage: An Assessment of Required Technological Growth Rates and Capital Investments
Danny Cullenward
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Working Paper #84 (2009) +PDF+


 


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