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Stories by Marc H. Ross

Energy for Industry

Industrial processes consume two fifths of the developed world's energy. Efficiency improvements have steadily cut that share and promise to continue

September 1, 1990 — Daniel Steinmeyer and Marc H. Ross

Beyond the Era of Materials

The industrial nations now face a historic change: economic growth is no longer accompanied by increased consumption of basic materials. The economic outlook depends on the capacity to adapt to this shift

June 1, 1986 — Eric D. Larson, Marc H. Ross and Robert H. Williams
Stories by Marc H. Ross

See the World from a Different Perspective

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