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What to Do about Coal

Cheap, plentiful coal is expected to fuel power plants for the foreseeable future, but can we keep it from devastating the environment?

By David G. Hawkins, Daniel A. Lashof and Robert H. Williams

High Hopes for Hydrogen

Using hydrogen to fuel cars may eventually slash oil consumption and carbon emissions, but it will take some time

By Joan Ogden

An Efficient Solution

Wasting less energy is the quickest, least expensive way to stem carbon emissions

By Eberhard K. Jochem

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September 2006

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