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By David J. Hess ; MIT Press
David Hess judiciously weaves together history, theory, policy and case studies in analyzing the green-energy transition in the United States. He explores the broad implications of the integration of industrial and environmental policy and the politics of green energy and green jobs. Hess also analyzes the successes and failures of green coalitions. This book serves as a catalyst for better addressing the issues surrounding good green jobs paving path for the future.
[by Benita Sen ; illustrated by Yatindra Kumar], Teri Press
This colorful book takes you 7000 years back into the history of Indus Valley Civilization to explore the green customs of this ancient civilization. Green practices 7000 years ago? Yes, you got it absolutely right. Read this book to rediscover Indus Valley Civilization and explore how people during that period practiced rainwater harvesting and how they tapped solar energy to bake bricks.
By Eric Jeffs ; CRC Press
If you ever wondered about meeting increasing electricity demands of the growing population without adding to global warming or damaging the environment, this book would give wings to your thoughts. International Journalist Eric Jeffs, with more than four decades of experience of reporting on this sector, explains that a green sustainable electricity system is one whose construction, installation, and operation minimally affect the environment and is also affordable.