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The chemistry of the atmosphere : its impact on global change : perspectives and recommendations
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Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, 1992
ISBN:
9780841225329
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"Plenary lectures and recommendations from the International Conference on the Chemistry of the Atmosphere, Baltimore, Maryland, December 2-6, 1991"
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Presents recommendations from recognized world leaders in environmental research and policy. Valuable reading for environmental scientists, environmental and public policy-makers, and members of the general public with an interest in environmental matters. Contains the perspectives andrecommendations from the 1991 conference, Presents Chemical Research Applied to World Needs. Presents viewpoints from science and industry, as well as developing countries. Addresses the problem of maintaining human progress within acceptable costs.


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A collection of introductory remarks and plenary lectures given at the Chemical Research Applied to World Needs VII (CHEMRAWN VII) conference held in December 1991. The subject of the conference, perspectives and recommendations regarding the chemistry of the atmosphere and its impact on global change, bridges scientific, technological, economic, and policy issues. The remarks and plenary lectures here collected present the perspectives of scientists, industry, and developing countries regarding the direction the international community should take to protect the global atmosphere. A nonscientific book, of particular use to those interested in obtaining insight into the making of public policy from a multidisciplinary perspective. General; community college; undergraduate; pre-professional; professional.


Table of Contents

Introduction
Findings and Recommendations
Future Actions Committee
Introductory Remarks by the Past President of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC)
Introductory Remarks by the Chairman of the (IUPAC) ChemRawn Committee
Plenary Lectures: An Approach to Global Climatic Change: A U.S. Perspective
Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Change: The Scientist's Viewpoint
Global Environmental Change Overview: Developing Countries
Control of Global Change: Industrial View
Control of Global Climate Alteration: Power Industry Perspective
Future Energy Sources and the Atmospheric Challenges for Research and Development
International Cooperation and Some Research Needs to Improve Our Understanding of the Chemistry of the Atmosphere
Global Change and the Role of Governments