CONSERVATION, RENEWABLE ENERGY & the ecology of energy transformations

Fischer, Frank
September 2004
Chain Reaction;2004, Issue 91, p31
Comments on issues related to energy conservation and the ecological impact of renewable energy production in Australia. Misconceptions about renewables; Overview of energy cropping; Ecological implications of hydroelectric plants and wind generators; Importance of energy conservation.


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